For 10 years, I worked for insurance companies and fought plaintiff personal injury attorneys. After handling thousands of cases, I saw some amazing litigators…and the worst of the worst! I learned from them more than they realized! When I decided to represent injured victims, I wanted to do it differently. You should consider me a janitor in the fancy suit. I’ll clean up your mess from the accident, like your property damage. I will not exaggerate your injuries or suggest you go get treatment from low-quality doctors just to get medical bills up. Your health is worth more than that. Your dignitiy is priceless! On the flip side, you deserve to be compensated for your injuries and any money that you lost in the past or will in the future as a result of the accident. As a defense attorney, I saw plaintiff attorneys leave money on the table in nearly every case, just becaues they did not understand damages. I will maximize the damages you are entitled to as a plaintiff. You also deserve to get the treatment you need to recover as fully as possible. I will fight for you, and I won’t give up until I get you the best outcome possible. With today’s personal injury cases, smart litigators and honest plaintiffs win.
School Law can mean almost any issue that arises in education. In Montana, we are seeing teachers and staff get wrongfully terminated for voicing their opinion in public forums. We are also seeing schools sneak in discriminatory and illegal teachings against Montana’s ban on Critical Race Theory.
On May 12, 2021, Montana took a stand against CRT. Even though Montana has effectively banned CRT in our public schools because it is an ugly, racist, harmful, and discriminatory marxist ideology that is completely in contradiction with the values our great country was founded upon, some schools are doing it anyway!
Montana’s Attorney General has made it clear that there are MULTIPLE legal avenues to consider if your school is violating Montana law by subjecting children to CRT.
The Montana Office of the Attorney General and Montana Department of Justice stand ready to assist OPI and parents, students, employees or other individuals with complaints of unlawful race-based discrimination. There are a variety of legal avenues available: