Montana’s Constitution affords all Montanans the right to a clean and healthful environment. In support of this Constitutional right, Montana law provides a remedy for properties and property owners affected by environmental contamination.
At Conner, Marr & Pinski, we provide dedicated advocacy for individuals who have suffered losses related to environmental contamination. We have been helping clients since 1974. Our focused, determined representation is second to none. We have extensive experience in complex litigation and will help you get the results you deserve.
If your property was affected by pollution or contamination, call us at (406) 727-3550 to schedule a free initial consultation.
What Is Environmental Contamination?
Unfortunately, environmental contamination comes in many forms. It can cause irreparable damage to a person’s property and livestock.
Common forms of environmental contamination include:
- Oil, gas, and diesel leaks
- Solvent spills
- Agricultural pollution
- Mine waste
- Noxious fumes
- The release of toxins
- Erosion and sediment transport
- Other surface and groundwater pollution
Property owners and users impacted by this contamination can pursue claims to clean the contamination and obtain damages for things like loss of use and emotional harm. However, pursuing these cases can be very costly and time-consuming.
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We have worked with the preeminent environmental engineers and scientists in Montana to help landowners restore their properties to pre-contamination conditions. We have litigated these claims against large and small entities like oil and gas companies, BNSF Railway, gas stations, and irrigation districts.
Whether you have suffered personal injuries or property damage as a result of environmental contamination, we have the resources and experience to navigate these challenging cases. Our firm knows what it takes to be successful in these challenging cases. If you sustained losses related to environmental contamination, contact our office at (406) 727-3550 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.