The team of highly respected and experienced attorneys at Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC represents individuals and family members of those involved in accidents resulting in serious or catastrophic injuries. When these unexpected devastating life events happen, you need a qualified and respected catastrophic injury lawyer to make sure you get the maximum compensation you and your loved ones deserve. Contact us for a free consultation with an experienced attorney, call today.
Catastrophic injuries can be life-changing events with long-lasting devastating effects on victims and their families. At Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC, attorneys and support staff understand the financial, physical, and emotional impact catastrophic injuries can have. At Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC we have the experience to help you and your family through your catastrophic injury case. Please contact us today to schedule your Free Consultation.
At Bulman, Jones & Cook PLLC, we represent individuals or family members of individuals involved in serious or catastrophic injuries resulting from the following:
Missoula, Montana Catastrophic Injury attorney Bradley J. Jones will help you obtain a just result for not only medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering, but also future long-term medical bills that can include psychological therapy, prosthetics, long term rehabilitation and physical therapy, as well as past and future lost wages, and vocational rehabilitation. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury as a result of another’s negligent conduct, please contact our office by calling for a Free Consultation.
Brain injuries can occur in a variety of ways. When the brain is exposed to trauma the results can be catastrophic. Brain trauma can be caused by automobile accidents, motorcycle collisions, falls that result in the head hitting something, assaults, and sports injuries. These events can cause bruising or internal bleeding inside the skull. The effects can be short term or life-long.
Severe brain injuries are divided into three categories, mild, moderate, and severe. Mild brain injuries usually occur after a concussion (or shaking of the brain). Victims may experience some amnesia, momentary loss of consciousness, or a feeling of being clumsy. Moderate brain injuries usually result in loss of a loss of consciousness that can last for hours after the trauma. Victims may suffer symptoms that manifest themselves as cognitively, psychologically, and physically.
These impairments can last months or years. Moderate brain injuries require immediate medical care. Severe brain injuries occur when the skull is either penetrated or pushed into the brain causing bruising or tears of the brain tissue. Severe brain trauma can also be caused by bleeding and swelling which places pressure on different parts of the brain. Severe brain injuries can result in a prolonged coma, paralysis, total amnesia and a loss of other cognitive functions.
The legal experts at Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC will help you and your family through your personal injury case. If you or a family member has suffered a brain injury please contact us by calling to schedule an appointment.
Burn injuries can vary between relatively minor or the most traumatic type of personal injury a person can suffer. Burns can cause disfigurement, scarring, muscle damage, respiratory failure, and significant psychological harm. Some causes of burn injuries include chemical burns (airbags or defective cosmetics), electric shock, severe motor vehicle collisions, scalding liquids, defective products, and fires.
Burn injury cases require special attention in that not only is the victim affected physically but also psychologically. Bradley J. Jones is a Montana personal injury attorney who will help obtain a just result for not only medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, but also future long term medical bills that can include skin grafting, scar revision, and counseling. At Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC we are committed to thoroughly investigating the cause of a significant burn injury in order to determine if it was caused by negligent conduct or wrongdoing. Please contact our law office for a Free Consultation by calling us.
The spinal cord can be divided into three areas; the cervical, (neck area) thoracic (mid-back) and the lumbar (lower back). Spinal injuries can take on a variety of manifestations, some being more serious than others. These injuries include bruising, compression fractures, lacerations (severing or tearing of nerve fibers) and damage to the central spinal cord. The latter more significant spinal cord injuries can render the victim either a paraplegic or a quadriplegic. This can mean not only the loss of use of the arms and legs, but other basic motor functions can be affected, such as breathing, bladder and bowel control, and sexual dysfunction.
The legal team at Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC not only understands the legal issues but also the medical and life-altering challenges victims of spinal cord injuries may face. If you or a loved one has suffered from a significant spinal cord injury as a result of another’s negligent conduct it is important to hire an attorney as soon as possible. Our office will help in getting the proper experts involved to make sure your case is properly represented in a court of law.
If you have suffered the death of an immediate family member due to the negligence of another, Montana law allows you to seek compensation for damages — including the loss of financial support and loss of benefits — through a Wrongful Death claim.
Wrongful death law applies to situations in which an individual dies due to the negligent, reckless or intentional actions of another person or entity. While every state has wrongful death laws, individual states vary on which family members and other beneficiaries are eligible to recover damages.
In Montana, the personal representative of the deceased person’s estate may file a claim in court if injuries inflicted by another have caused the deceased person’s death. If the deceased person is a child under age 18, the wrongful death claim may be filed by either one of the child’s parents, or by both parents together. If the child has no parents, the claim may be filed by the child’s legal guardian.
Wrongful death cases are civil lawsuits filed on behalf of a spouse, other surviving immediate family members, or a designated beneficiary. Like other types of personal injury claims, wrongful death suits are bound by statutes of limitations or timeframes in which a plaintiff must file a lawsuit seeking damages. Wrongful death claims in Montana must be filed within three years of the date of a person’s death.
Financial compensation in wrongful death cases may include economic and noneconomic damages. Economic damages are based on hard figures, such as funeral and burial expenses, and loss of income and benefits; noneconomic damages may include money for pain and suffering, and loss of companionship.
While discussing a wrongful death case can be emotionally difficult, it’s in your best interests to consult with a knowledgeable wrongful death attorney as soon as possible to ensure that evidence and other relevant information is preserved.
The Missoula, MT attorneys at Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC understand that no amount of money is adequate when a loved one has lost his or her life, but we also know that a successful wrongful death claim can ease some of the financial burdens you’re facing as you and other surviving family try to move forward. Call for a Free Consultation with one of our experienced wrongful death lawyers if someone else’s carelessness contributed to the death of a family member.
At Bulman Jones & Cook PLLC, we understand the impact a catastrophic injury can have on your life, especially if it results in the loss of a loved one. We have an extensive understanding of many serious injuries, including ones that result in:
Traumatic brain injury
Spinal cord injuries
Serious injuries can occur from car wrecks, workplace accidents, truck crashes or even surgical errors. If you have suffered scarring, loss of limbs or obtained an infection at a hospital, our personal injury attorneys can help.
At Bulman, Jones & Cook PLLC, our attorneys take immediate action on your personal injury claims to make sure an accurate investigation is done. We utilize car accident reconstructionists to better analyze accident scenes and determine who was at fault. We also review police reports, accident reports, and driving records to determine all parties involved and their level of negligence. Our team will strive to see that all critical evidence is maintained in order to better present your case in court.
A failure to correctly diagnose a medical condition could mean a catastrophe. That is why we work with medical experts to investigate deviations from proper standards of care and recognize how diagnoses were flawed. We will identify all parties responsible and fight for your right to obtain the maximum compensation to pay for medical bills, lost income, physical therapy, and home care.
All fees are contingent on getting your rightful benefits. If we can’t help you, there is no attorney fee. That has always been our guarantee.