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  • 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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    With several decades of combined experience, our attorneys at Schulte Law Firm are able to deliver knowledgeable representation for both civil and criminal cases in Missoula, Montana. We defend clients against allegations ranging from serious felonies to driving under the influence of alcohol. Our office also handles probation violations and orders of protection. Attorney John Schulte holds the...

  • Our attorneys possess sterling academic credentials, strong community ties, and a deep commitment to your success. They speak "plain English." They demonstrate the strictest personal and professional ethics. Above all, they are passionately committed to the needs of our clients. We utilize state-of the-art technology and cost-effective methods to provide services in a timely,...

  •      Smith Law Firm, P.C. opened it's doors in June, 1871 when Massena Bullard was licensed to practice law in Montana Territory and opened his office on Last Chance Gulch.  Bullard grubstaked many a miner in the Gulch and his name appears on many downtown abstracts of title.  His handwritten License to Practice Law proudly hangs in the Firm's Helena Office...

  • The Montana law firm of DONEY CROWLEY P.C. is a practice that is very much 21st Century while being located in the historic Diamond Block Building built in 1889--at the height of Helena's mining days. The firm is involved in cutting-edge legal issues in the areas of environmental law, energy law, natural resource law, and government relations. Whether the client is a large, multi-national...

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         Smith Law Firm, P.C. opened it's doors in June, 1871 when Massena Bullard was licensed to practice law in Montana Territory and opened his office on Last Chance Gulch.  Bullard grubstaked many a miner in the Gulch and his name appears on many downtown abstracts of title.  His handwritten License to Practice Law proudly hangs in the Firm's Helena Office...

  • 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...

  • Harshbarger Law Firm, formerly JD Law Firm, P.C., located  near Whitehall, Montana, serves clients throughout  Southwest Montana, including Madison, Jefferson, Beaverhead, Silver Bow, Gallatin, Deer Lodge and Powell counties, and cities such as Twin Bridges, Whitehall, Boulder Butte, Dillon, Anaconda, Deer Lodge and Bozeman. The firm assists clients in numerous legal practice areas,...

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  • Established in 1964, the preeminent firm of Kaufman, Vidal & Hileman, P.C. is one of the largest in northwest Montana where it offers clients a civil trial practice, with appeals, including medical malpractice, products liability and probate.  The firm also concentrates on business and taxation law matters, as well as estate planning and real estate.  The firm's attorneys are...

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