Matt Tourtlotte and the Tourtlotte Law Firm offer fifteen years of experience as a... more
Matt Tourtlotte and the Tourtlotte Law Firm offer fifteen years of experience as a Montana litigation attorney. I've logged more than ten thousand hours litigating Montana bad faith claims, insurance coverage cases, and claims under the Montana Unfair Trade Practices Act. Whether you are injured in an accident or are confused about applicable insurance coverages at issue under the policy you ... view profile
Dan Flaherty is the son of Patrick Flaherty. He joined the firm in 2010 after... more
Dan Flaherty is the son of Patrick Flaherty. He joined the firm in 2010 after graduating from The University of Montana School of Law. Dan was born and raised in Great Falls. Before law school, he attended Montana State University and graduations with a B.S. in Cell Biology and Neuroscience in 3 years. Dan is proud of his Montana background and his experience in Montana. From a young age, he ... view profile
Partner in McKeon Doud, P.C. handling complex personal injury, auto accident,... more
Partner in McKeon Doud, P.C. handling complex personal injury, auto accident, workers compensation, and medical malpractice cases. Also practicing in the areas of employment law, Traumatic Brain Injuries, boating accidents, slip and falls, corporate defense, contract law, and construction defect.
A personal injury lawyer works with clients who have suffered a physical or emotional injury, usually by accident or mistake. They cover cases such as car accidents, botched surgery, and harassment. Personal injury attorneys know how the insurance claim process works, they know what evidence to gather, and they know how to calculate and present a claim for damages. Many personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means they receive an agreed-upon percentage of the payment you receive, also called the personal injury settlement. If you don't recover any money, they don't get paid their fee. Personal injury lawyers also know how to defend you if someone thinks an injury is your fault.