Top Fairfield Wrongful Termination Lawyers - Montana

  • Terrazas Henkel, P.C., in Missoula, Montana, is an established and effective law firm representing clients throughout the western part of the state in a variety of legal matters. Our lawyers are experienced and confident legal advocates who are tenacious in court and persuasive in negotiations. They are frequently referred cases by other attorneys because of their ability to resolve the most...

  • Beck, Amsden & Stalpes PLLC is one of Montana's most respected personal injury law firms. The Firm enjoys the highest legal rating for ability and integrity as determined by fellow attorneys and judges. The Firm has the reputation, qualification and strength to successfully represent persons or entities harmed through the wrongdoing of others. The Beck Law Office opened on January 2, 1982, in...

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Wrongful termination lawyers protect the rights of people who have been wrongfully terminated and determine violations of federal and state anti-discrimination and harassment laws, and employment agreements.

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