Injured on the Job?
Get Help From A Top-Rated Workers' Compensation Lawyers Serving Sidney
Every year, thousands of people are injured on the job because of their
employers' carelessness. These injuries can have a significant effect
on the ability of an individual to provide for themselves and their families,
among many other aspects of a person's life. While the process for
claiming compensation may seem straightforward, that is not always the
case. You may need to obtain counsel and representation from our firm
Our steadfast commitment to our clients has resulted in numerous accolades,
- The National Trial Lawyers' Top 40 Under 40
Selected for inclusion in
Montana Super Lawyers® Rising Stars™ for 2013 and 2014
- National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys' Top 10 Montana Personal
Injury Lawyers Under 40
- Martindale-Hubbell® BV Distinguished® rating
We are proud to say that our work over the years has led to
$10 million in recovery on behalf of our clients in the past two years alone. One of our lawyers is a former workers' compensation defense attorney,
giving us an in-depth understanding of the opposition's mindset.
Understanding Workers' Comp Laws
Under the law, when you have been hurt on the job, you may be entitled
to benefits through workers' compensation. All employers in Montana
are required to have workers' compensation insurance in the event
that an employee is injured.
Unfortunately, insurance companies are often reluctant to provide adequate
compensation, or offer compensation at all. When this happens, you should
consider pursuing legal action. At Odegaard Braukmann Law, PLLC, our Sidney
workers' compensation attorneys have
more than a quarter-century of combined experience advocating for Montana residents. We are never afraid to go to court to
hold big insurance companies accountable.
Talk to an Lawyer Today
To ensure each client receives the maximum level of care and attention,
we are selective in the cases we take on. We have handled cases involving
employees from all industries. Call us today or complete our online evaluation
form for your
complimentary case evaluation.