Sadat Montgomery - Montgomery Law

Sadat Montgomery
Montgomery Law
2777 N Stemmons Fwy #1525
Dallas, TX 75207

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Sadat Montgomery
Montgomery Law

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(214) 720-6090

Sadat Montgomery is a Dallas personal injury attorney who takes pride in not only getting his clients the compensation they deserve, but also in ensuring his clients receive the medical care they need following a serious injury.

Sadat primarily handles personal injury and wrongful death cases, often resulting from car crashes, motorcycle wrecks, work accidents, defective products, slip and fall accidents, and more.

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The bill’s language would essentially shift liability from the company to drivers who may not have the financial means to fully compensate plaintiffs. It may also prevent certain information about a company’s past accident history from being introduced as evidence. So if jurors wanted to know whether a company required drivers to undergo safety training; do routine maintenance on its trucks; or if the company’s drivers have a habit of getting into wrecks, it could be inadmissable.

HB 19’s sponsors say the bill will prevent excessive lawsuits against companies, but road safety advocates say the bill would make Texas roads more dangerous and prevent victims of crashes from receiving justice.

A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that Snapchat can be sued in a case in which a young man used the app's "speed filter" feature before a fatal crash.

A federal appeals court on Tuesday issued a stunning ruling: It said a decades-old legal shield preventing platforms from lawsuits should not apply to Snapchat in a case involving a fatal car crash.

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, more than 600 people die in #Texas every year in large truck crashes. HB 19, which is being sponsored by State Rep. Jeff Leach of Plano, would be disastrous for those victims' families.

A Texas House bill is drawing criticism from families of loved ones injured in trucking accidents, but supporters say it would cut down on frivolous lawsuits.

While we would hope that all motorists would be truthful and straightforward about the facts leading up to a serious collision, the truth is that many drivers will flat-out lie in order to shield themselves from liability. This is particularly true if they may have broken the law or depend on a clean driving record for employment.

It’s no surprise that drivers lie in order to avoid responsibility for a crash, but it’s shocking how often investigators rely on a trucker’s testimony.

Montgomery Law is a personal injury law firm in Dallas, Texas. Headed by attorney Sadat Montgomery, our lawyers represent victims of car accidents, truck wrecks, slip & falls, work accidents, wrongful deaths, and more. We're available 24 hours a day, and all cases are handled on a no-win no-fee basis.

Montgomery Law is a personal injury law firm which operates its business on three fundamental principles: results, customer satisfaction, and cultivating lasting relationships with its clients.

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From police reform to legalized gambling and alcohol sales to digital license plates, here’s a small sampling of the bills filed during Texas’ 87th legislative session—which may become law later this year.

Over 2,600 Texas bills have been filed so far during this year's legislative session. Let’s take a look at some of the more-interesting ones.

Texas law prohibits texting while driving, with criminal penalties ranging from fines to potential jail time. Yet despite its strict laws on distracted driving, the use of smart phones while driving continues to be a leading cause of car accidents in our state.

If the driver who caused your car accident was texting while driving, it’s usually going to be your word against theirs...

We see it all the time. Someone gets into an accident, but they feel as though their soreness, bumps, and bruises don’t necessitate a visit to the doctor. They attempt to negotiate a settlement with the insurance company, and several months down the line, the adjuster flat out denies their injury claim. While it may not seem important to seek medical attention as soon as possible following a car accident, the truth is that failing to do so gives the insurance company every reason to deny your claim. Not only is the burden on you to prove that your injuries were caused by the crash, but failing to get checked out by a doctor could be considered a failure in your legal duty to mitigate damages.

Though you may want to tough it out after a car accident, seeking medical attention is extremely important when it comes to your health and potential claim.

Back and neck injuries are not always immediately apparent after an accident, and most people assume that they can tough out what may initially seem to be a minor strain. The truth is that a car accident can easily lead to soft tissue injuries that take days to develop—and may come with years of chronic pain.

The force of an auto accident can cause significant damage to a person’s back and neck as the result of whiplash, lumbar sprains, and disc herniation.

The practice of bypassing insurers to pursue full charges from accident victims’ settlements has become routine in major health systems across the country.

Hospitals use century-old lien laws to bypass insurers and charge patients, especially poorer ones, the full amount.

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), people are more-likely to be injured by someone running a red light (or stop sign) than any other type of accident. If the facts of your accident are in dispute (e.g., the other driver claims they had a green light) and there are no unbiased witnesses to back up your version of the story, it’s important that you speak to an attorney as soon as possible.

Most red-light-related car accidents are caused by drivers who are either distracted, speeding excessively, or trying to beat a yellow light.

Nursing home facilities across 14 states, where more than 650 residents died, have argued they should be immune from wrongful death cases - an early sign of how the PREP Act could be used by a range of businesses to fend off lawsuits resulting from the pandemic.

Garnice Robertson wants accountability for her mother's death from COVID-19 caught while she was living at a Kansas nursing home that allegedly failed to prevent an outbreak of the disease. An unexpected legal hurdle stands in her way.

The COVID-19 suspension of jury trials will likely have an impact on courts for years to come due to the back-up of court dockets. Most cases usually settle in about a year, but because there is no fear of trial, there is no pressure on the insurance company to settle right now.

The Constitution guarantees the accused a right to a fair and speedy trial, but it has been almost a year since jury trials have taken place regularly across Texas.

Commercial trucks generally have insurance policies worth over $1 million—and for good reason. Unfortunately, this means that the insurance company and their adjusters are far more aggressive in defending their insured and fighting your claim.

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As great as public transportation is, there's always a risk of being in an accident. Around 25,000 people are injured and 300 killed every year in bus accidents alone.

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If you’ve been in an accident involving an 18-wheeler truck, you need to understand that your claim will be handled much more-aggressively—and with much more scrutiny—than a “normal” (passenger-car-only) wreck.

If you've been in an accident involving an 18-wheeler truck, there are several things you need to understand moving forward with your claim.

If you’ve been injured in a car accident caused by someone else but you were not wearing your seat belt at the time, you still have every right to file a claim against the other driver and recover compensation for the losses you’ve incurred. However, the fact that you were not wearing a seat belt could result in a lower payout.

If you were injured in a crash but you were not wearing your seat belt, you still have every right to file a claim against the other driver.

If you’ve been involved in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence—and the other driver was insured by GEICO—you’re likely wondering what to expect when filing a claim and negotiating a settlement. The truth is that high-volume auto insurance companies like GEICO tend to run claims through a standard path or process. They know that most policy holders are simply willing to roll over and accept a sub-par settlement simply to avoid the paperwork, delays, and stress of a drawn-out claim. However, you do not have to play their games.

Learn how GEICO handles car accident cases, what to expect when filing a claim, and how you can give yourself the best chance of success.

There are few things scarier than being involved in a serious car accident. In the span of just a few seconds, your life can change dramatically. Recovering from your injuries can be a long and stressful process, but the Dallas car accident lawyers at Montgomery Law are here to help you from beginning to end.

The Dallas car accident attorneys at Montgomery Law are available 24-hours a day to answer your questions. You never pay a dime unless we win.

If you are thinking of firing your current lawyer, we strongly recommend that you first attempt to address your concerns directly with your attorney.

Yes, you have every right to fire your personal injury attorney at any time, and for any reason. Here's how to do it.

Airbags have become an integral standard safety feature in modern vehicles. In fact, between 1987 and 2017, front airbags alone have saved an estimated 50,457 lives. Unfortunately, like anything else, they’re not entirely failsafe.

Faulty airbags and defective safety features are obviously extremely dangerous and can lead to catastrophic injury—or even death.

As of yesterday's GM recall, every car with a #Takata airbag in it (in the US, at least) has been recalled. Shockingly, around 1/6 of these cars have NOT been repaired! The repair is free, so check your car's VIN today!

Use our VIN lookup tool to check for recalls on your car, or search by make and model. Also, get recall information on car seats, tires and equipment.

The biggest ever auto recall just got bigger... The Takata recall now includes several full-size pickups & SUVs from 2007-2014. Chevrolet Silverado (1500, 2500 & 3500), Suburban, Tahoe & Avalanche, the Cadillac Escalade, GMC Sierra (1500, 2500 & 3500), and the GMC #Yukon.

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors will recall about 7 million big pickup trucks and SUVs worldwide to replace potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators. The announcement came Monday after...