Have You Or A Loved One Suffered A Traumatic Brain Injury?

We Can Help

At the Law Firm of Edmiston & Colton, we are committed to providing high-quality and effective legal representation to people who have suffered traumatic brain injuries (TBI), with a goal of obtaining fair compensation. Since our founding in 1987, we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. If you or a loved one has suffered a brain injury, you can be confident in our commitment to help you.

As experienced legal professionals, our lawyers always comply with Montana's Rules of Professional Conduct. You can count on us to provide personal attention from the start of your case to the finish. You will receive guidance you can trust, but you will ultimately make the decisions. We will remain in communication at all times, addressing your concerns and providing status updates. Your TBI case will get the attention it deserves.

How Severe Is The Brain Injury?

All brain injuries are severe. Even a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) can be life-changing, leaving the victim with short-term memory difficulties, cognitive issues, constant headaches, personality changes or other serious problems. The most severe traumatic brain injuries leave victims in comas, forever changed and requiring lifelong medical treatment. Our goal is to obtain the compensation necessary to cover all treatment and more after a personal injury.

What Caused The Brain Injury?

Many of the brain injury cases we handle involve car accidents. Unfortunately, many of those accidents are the result of drunk or distracted driving. Those who get into an accident involving a truck can suffer particularly severe head injuries, as can those injured in motorcycle accidents.

Motor vehicle accidents aren't the only cause of accidents, however. People can also suffer serious head injuries from slip, trip-and-fall accidents, on-the job accidents in dangerous work environments like oil fields, or because of the abuse or neglect of vulnerable individuals in nursing homes.

Contact Our Brain Injury Attorneys For A Free Consultation

Our Billings brain injury attorneys provide representation on a contingent-fee basis, meaning we advance all costs of litigation and a fee is charged only when there is a recovery. Contact us today online or schedule your appointment by calling 406-259-9986.