Category Archive for: ‘Personal Injury’

  • Tropical Island

    Divorce-Financial Disclosure

    Many Montana family law attorneys have their clients fill out a financial disclosure form early on in the proceedings to give to the other side–why is that? Doesn’t your attorney have to help you keep as much of your assets as possible? Then why do …

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  • Anatomy

    Anatomy of an Injury Lawsuit

    One thing I love about this line of work is the variety. There are many different kinds of injury lawsuits. They range from auto accidents to building code violations to professional malpractice. Each client is different. Witnesses to a case are varied in both their knowledge and ability …

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  • MP900442518

    The Journey of An Injury Lawsuit

    A question I get asked pretty regularly is: “so, if I hire a lawyer, does that mean I’m going to trial?”  In injury cases, the answer is “probably not.” In Montana, the statute of limitations for negligence is 3 years. Which means that, in most injury …

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  • Turtle Copy

    To Justice

    The previous parts of this story can be found here and here. In March of 2010 – four years after we had filed the lawsuit and seven years after our client’s husband’s death – the case came back to the District Court. We again began …

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  • 1330873 Courthouse

    Moving On

    For the first part of this story, you might want to read this post about Indian Law. In 2003, one of our clients lost her husband when he died of prescription medicine poisoning – we believe that his doctor had been prescribing him excessive amounts …

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