All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘personal injury’

  • 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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  • Native Indiian1

    Indian Law

    One of the many interesting things about practicing law in Montana is that we have seven Indian reservations within our borders. The reservations have their own governments and the states cannot interfere with tribal self-government. This is important to us, because here in Kalispell, we …

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  • MP900399097

    Snow and Ice

    As I sit here today, at the beginning of April, snow flurries pass my window.  It doesn’t look like anything’s sticking, but I’m not going to hold my breath.  Snow can accumulate just about any time of the year in these parts. The weather reminds …

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  • MP900411731

    What’s a Settlement Conference?

    A settlement conference, here in Montana, is an informal “mediation.”  I put the word mediation in quotes because it might carry more technical overtones than I mean.  Boiled down, a settlement conference is a meeting between parties in a dispute to try to settle a …

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  • Courtreporter

    What’s a Deposition?

    Depositions are a formal court proceeding and result in testimony that can sometimes be used at trial. Depositions are an attorney’s tool to find out about the other side’s case in the discovery phase of litigation. They generally take place after litigation has begun, but …

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