Sadat Montgomery

Sadat Montgomery - Montgomery Law



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

(214) 720-6090

   

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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This compliance bundle provides 33 hours of CLE credit including the required 5 hours of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, and mental illness awareness credit, along with the required 3 Technology credits.

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At 19, Haley Taylor Schlitz is about to become the youngest ever graduate from SMU's Dedman School of Law. She’s also the youngest Black woman to ever graduate from law school in the U.S.

Haley Taylor Schlitz is also the youngest Black woman to ever graduate from law school in the U.S.
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After a car wreck, one of the biggest concerns for victims is money. You may be out of work and struggling to pay your monthly bills—on top of your ever-increasing medical expenses. The good news is that there’s no financial risk in hiring an accident injury attorney.

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.
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Most states use what’s called a "modified comparative fault" rule when it comes to determining liability in a car accident. This means that as long as you can show that you were less than 50% at-fault for the accident, you should still be able to recover compensation for your injuries, losses, and other damages.

Most states (including Texas) use what’s called a “modified comparative fault” rule when it comes to determining liability in a car accident.
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As a general rule, the compensation received from most personal injury claims (either through a settlement or jury award) is not taxable under either federal or state law.

As a general rule, the compensation received in most personal injury claims (via settlement or jury award) is not taxable under either federal or state law.
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The parents of Austin McEwen, one of the six victims killed after a tornado pummeled an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, last month, said Monday during a press conference that they are suing Amazon over the alleged wrongful death of their son.

The family of an Amazon.com delivery truck driver in Illinois who died in December when a warehouse was destroyed by a swarm of tornadoes that killed six people there, filed a lawsuit against the online retailer on Monday over his death.
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Premises liability law in Texas states (among other things) that certain events, concerts, businesses, and venues have a “duty of care” to provide reasonable safety and security measures in order to mitigate the risk of foreseeable harm to patrons. Failing to do so open could open them up to liability when and if someone is assaulted, injured, or killed as a result of their negligence.

When it comes to many types of injury cases, liability's fairly cut & dry. The same can't always be said for complex premises liability cases.
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While it may seem like a minor issue on the surface, any accident involving more than two vehicles can result in a complex web of overlapping insurance policies, severely-delayed claims, and a smaller pool of money available to compensate the victims for their losses.

Liability is often complex with multi-vehicle wrecks. Unless you act quickly, you could be left in the cold when it comes to compensation.
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Claims adjusters spend most of their day investigating insurance claims by collecting statements, consulting police and hospital records, inspecting property damage, and looking at how similar claims have played out in the past. The only thing is, they’re only looking at it from one side. Their ONLY goal is to save the insurance company money by paying out as little as possible on every single claim.

In a perfect world, insurance companies would simply pay victims what they're owed following a serious car accident. Unfortunately, insurance adjusters often unfairly deny claims, blatantly lie to claimants, and will use every trick in the book to skirt liability.
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Drunk driving accidents are a serious concern across the country, and especially in Texas. Not only have we spent millions of dollars on awareness campaigns and toughened criminal penalties, but courts in Texas have also started holding irresponsible bars, restaurants, and similar establishments civilly liable for failing to responsibly serve alcohol.

The Texas Dram Shop Act was passed to hold alcohol-serving businesses civilly liable for drunk driving accidents when patrons were illegally over-served.
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A CSB safety video on the October 26, 2019, hydrogen sulfide release at the Aghorn Operating waterflood station in Odessa, Texas. The release fatally injured an Aghorn employee who was working at the facility that evening, as well as his spouse who attempted to locate him at the facility after he did not return home.

A CSB safety video on the October 26, 2019, hydrogen sulfide release at the Aghorn Operating waterflood station in Odessa, Texas. The release fatally injured...
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Not only do you deserve compensation for any lost wages caused by a personal injury, you deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering, loss of property, medical expenses, future medical care, and more.

Can I sue for lost wages following a personal injury? Absolutely, and you may be owed even more than that.
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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.

Nearly 10,000 potential new Texas laws were filed in this year's legislative session. Let’s take a look at some of the more-interesting ones.
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From the "hot coffee" lawsuit to the woman who sued her nephew over an aggressive hug, the headlines are designed to make us groan—but what’s really driving this type of news coverage?

In many cases, a so-called frivolous lawsuit actually does have merit. It might look ridiculous to you after reading a two-paragraph article, but remember that these stories are often intentionally framed in a particular light in order to grab attention and invoke a reaction.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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John Oliver explains the industry behind nursing homes and assisted living facilities, the issues of abuse substandard care, and why long-term care needs fixing.

John Oliver explains the industry behind nursing homes and assisted living facilities, and why long-term care needs fixing. Connect with Last Week Tonight on...
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Nike is as mad as the devil that MSCHF made Satan Shoes. Can they legally stop it?

Nike is as mad as the devil that MSCHF made Satan Shoes. Can they legally stop it?📚 Get a free trial of Skillshare Premium: https://legaleagle.link/skillsh...
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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.
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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...
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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.
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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.
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