If you’ve been hurt in an avoidable accident, you probably have a lot of question about your legal rights. Is someone else at fault? What are you legal rights? What about my medical bills and lost wages? An attorney from Montee Law Firm, P.C. can help you get the answers to these questions and any other concerns you may have about filing a personal injury claim. Since our beginning in 1996, we have recovered more than $250 million in favorable jury verdicts and insurance settlements for our clients. With hundreds of millions of dollars in successful cases behind us, we believe that we have the knowledge and expertise to help you, too.

If you’re not sure whether or not your injury merits a lawsuit, talk to a lawyer. The legal process can be tedious and overwhelming; don’t let it keep you from getting the money you deserve. Our team of legal professionals wants to help. At the firm, we have more than 100 years of combined legal experience and are willing to put it to good use in court for your personal injury case. After an injury, you may be busy with doctor’s visits, hospitalized, or unable to leave your home. If this is the case, we are more than willing to meet you at your house or in the hospital – even after work hours. Your convenience is our priority. The sooner you fill out a case evaluation form, the faster we can start working on an effective and aggressive strategy to give you the upper hand in court.


Generally speaking, a personal injury case can be developed after you have sustained any injury or illness as the direct result of someone else’s carelessness or negligence. Situations that merit a personal injury lawyer might include:

  • A surgeon carelessly hurting a patient during an operation
  • A driver causing an accident because he/she was texting
  • An intoxicated motorist causes an accident that results in injury
  • A pharmacists fills a prescription incorrectly
  • A dog owner fails to warn visitors that their animal is dangerous and it bites someone
  • An employer provides a work environment that is not up to code
  • A motorist attempts to operate a vehicle when he/she is tired and causes an accident
  • A care provider fails to give an elderly person proper attention in a nursing home

Many personal injury cases are the result of medical malpractice, which refers to professional negligence on the part of a medical professional. Malpractice lawsuits can be filed against surgeons, doctors, pharmacists, nurses, care providers, anesthesiologists, or any other medical professional. Accidents happen, but sometimes they can be avoided. If a doctor fails to perform a necessary caesarean section in time and a child is hurt during delivery, the parents may file a malpractice lawsuit. If you think that you may have been victimized by a negligent doctor, talk to a lawyer as soon as possible.


Some injuries are more severe than others. If an injury has life-long physical ramifications or leaves the victim unable to function as they could before the accident, it may be categorized as a catastrophic injury. Catastrophic injuries are especially tragic. If you or a love don has suffered a catastrophic injury, such as a severe burn, brain injury, or amputation, you may be entitled to money. We are dedicated to fight for the rights of accident victims in court and believe that reckless, careless, and negligent individuals should be held responsible for their actions.


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