Since our beginning in 1996, Montee Law Firm, P.C., has recovered more than $250 million in favorable jury verdicts and insurance settlements. Success speaks for itself, and we believe that our reputation as a high-quality, knowledgeable, and experienced personal injury law firm precedes us to the courtroom. Suffering an injury is never easy. We understand that you have other things to do than file a personal injury claim, which is why we’re available to make house calls and hospital calls - even after work hours. Whether you’ve been hurt in a motorcycle accident or suffered because of a careless doctor, an attorney from our firm is ready to help you get the financial compensation you may deserve.

Injuries can be life-changing, leaving the victim with enduring emotional, physical, and psychological scarring and damage. We believe that irresponsible and reckless individuals should be held accountable for their actions. If you’re not sure whether your injury merits an injury claim or not, talk to one of our attorneys. We can help you understand your legal rights so you can make educated decisions about the future. The sooner you fill out a case evaluation form, the faster we can begin assembling an effective and aggressive case strategy to help you get the favorable case outcome you want. With more than 100 years of combined legal experience, our firm is ready and willing to fight for your legal rights.


Whether you realize it or not, personal injury cases can be made for almost any type of accident. As long as your injury was the direct result of another person’s carelessness or negligence, we may be able to get your medical expenses, lost wages, and other costs compensated. If a dog owner fails to warn you that their dog may be dangerous and the dog hurts you, many states will hold the owner completely liable for your injury. Similarly, if you are injured on someone else’s property because they didn’t provide adequate warning that it was dangerous, they may be held responsible for your injury.


Operating a motor vehicle requires the use or your hands, arms, eyes, ears and mental faculties. Many drivers attempt to complete other tasks behind the wheel of their cars that impair these functions. For instance, driving under the influence of alcohol weakens the driver’s sense of sight as well as their fine and gross motor skills. Similarly, texting behind the wheel of your car impairs your vision and hands and can easily result in a car accident. “Distracted driving” refers to any activity that takes the driver’s attention away from the road, including

  • Talking on the phone
  • Eating while driving
  • Applying makeup behind the wheel
  • Reading a map
  • Operating a GPS device

Distracted drivers cause thousands of car accidents every year. Many of these accidents result in injury, some result in death. A study conducted by Car and Driver Magazine in 2009 claimed that texting while driving is more dangerous than drunk driving. Drivers who are too tired to operate a vehicle safely or fall asleep behind the wheel may be held responsible for the accidents and injuries they cause as well. If you have been injured because of distracted driver, drunk driver, or other careless individual, you may be entitled to money. Negligence is never acceptable, especially when your safety is on the line. If you have been hurt and believe that someone else is at fault, we urge you to talk to an attorney from our firm as soon as possible.


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