Meet Our Attorneys
Civil Trial Attorneys With a Statewide Practice
The seven lawyers of Edwards, Frickle Culver represent personal injury, environmental and commercial litigation clients in all Montana state and federal courts. Contact us in Billings to get to know our AV-rated* law firm.
Founding attorney A. Clifford Edwards is a former Montana Trial Lawyer of the Year who has won national recognition for his accomplishments in personal injury and environmental litigation. To learn more about his professional background and that of our other attorneys, see the profiles below.
*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc. used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards, and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.
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Verdicts and Settlements
- Tragic accidents change the lives of those injured as well as the families that need to support them
- Mounting medical expenses create real fear and anxiety to families
- Insurance companies are not on your side, their business is to make money
- We collect and organize your medical bills and records to relieve you of the stress – allowing you and your family to focus on recovery.
Edward’s Client vs. Western Community T.V. Inc. – $2.5 million verdict in a wrongful death claim for the estate of a Montana Power Company foreman who was crushed between two vehicles.
Edward’s Client vs. D-2 Trucking Inc. – $3.117 million verdict for a mother and her son who were injured in a vehicle accident at the intersection of South Billings Boulevard and the I-90 freeway on-ramp caused by a semi-truck driver.
Edward’s Client vs. United States Fidelity Guaranty Company and the Phillips County Insurance. – $7.2 million verdict against insurance carrier for failing to pay for the loss and damages when the Malta High School was totally destroyed by a fire in 1995.
Edward’s Client vs. Burlington Northern Railroad Company. – $250 million verdict that was later overturned on appeal by the United States Supreme Court.
Edward’s Client vs. Payless Shoes and Payless Store #2655 in Billings, Montana. – $1.5 million verdict for failing to provide a safe place to work for an employee who was assaulted. The verdict was affirmed by the Montana Supreme Court holding that police officers are not “experts” requiring formal disclosure of opinions under Rule 26.