Personal Attention From an Experienced Yellowstone County Auto Accident Lawyer
When you or a family member is injured through no fault of yours or theirs, the insurance and legal systems can be overwhelming. Don't go it alone. In this situation, the guidance of a helpful lawyer can be invaluable in your search for justice and compensation for your losses.
At the office of Elizabeth A. Halverson, PC, our Billings injury lawyer offers ethical representation and common sense advice to clients who have been hurt as the result of another party's negligence. Practicing law since 1985, attorney Liz Halverson has experience addressing a wide range of personal injury accident types. With our firm, consultations are always free. If we take your case, there is NO FEE UNLESS YOU RECOVER.
"I am here to make sure you are treated fairly and properly compensated."
Liz Halverson, personal injury attorney
Get the Help You Need With Insurance and Legal Questions
When personal injuries occur, insurance companies may be quick to attempt low-ball settlements or try to avoid payment altogether. If you have been injured, it is important to contact an attorney as quickly as possible to protect your rights and help you recover all you are entitled to in your unique situation.
When appropriate, we will assist you with long-term "structured" settlement arrangements. These arrangements can be especially beneficial for younger people whose recovery helps replace lost income well into the future.
Wear your seat belt!
The Experience You Need, the Attention You Deserve
To schedule a free consultation with personal injury attorney Liz Halverson to discuss your specific personal injury needs and learn how our contingency-based representation can help you recover maximum compensation, please call 406-534-0267, toll free at 866-709-6752 or contact our Billings office online. Call us about premises liability, children's injuries, catastrophic injuries, burns, explosions or other incidents.
"If you want peace, work for justice." — Pope Paul VI
"[W]hat many of those who oppose the use of juries in civil trials seem to ignore [is that t]he founders of our Nation considered the right of trial by jury in civil cases an important bulwark against tyranny and corruption, a safeguard too precious to be left to the whim of the sovereign, or, it might be added, to that of the judiciary." --- Chief Justice William Rehnquist in Parklane Hosiery Co. v. Shore, 439 U.S. 322, 343 (1979)