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    Located in Great Falls, Montana, Murphy Law Firm focuses on helping the citizens of our great state rebuild their lives after a devastating injury or loss. Serving residents throughout Montana, our law firm provides dedicated representation to clients who have legal needs related to the following: Workers' compensation Personal injury Social Security Disability Founded in 1998 by experienced...

  • At the law firm of Christensen & Prezeau, PLLP, we protect employers in Helena, Montana, against claims of wrongful discharge, discrimination and other disputes. Our attorneys counsel clients on contracts and policies, and help them navigate insurance issues. We have more than 50 years of combined experience handling matters in litigation or behind closed doors. The attorneys at our law firm...

  • The attorneys at the Browning, Kaleczyc, Berry & Hoven, P.C., law firm are committed to providing the highest level of service possible to those we serve. From our law office in Missoula, Montana, we represent a diverse range of clients throughout the state, including individuals, families, business owners, health care professionals, investors, local municipalities, trade organizations and...

  • The Axilon Law Group in Missoula, Montana, is known for superior legal representation in product liability defense, litigation and appeals. Our clients include manufacturers, distributors and dealers in transportation, oil and gas, construction and agriculture-related industries throughout the state of Montana and nationwide. Stewards Of Our Clients’ Rights, Resources And Reputations When injuries...

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