BOZEMAN, Mont. (PRWEB)
April 24, 2022
Heenan & & Cook, PLLC, a longtime, respected Montana car mishap and personal injury law firm, is delighted to reveal the opening of a Bozeman workplace to much better serve Montana injury victims. In conjunction with their expansion into Bozeman, Montana, Heenan & & Cook, PLLC is honored to have actually been designed as the Authorities Law Office of Montana State Bobcats sports.
INJURY LAWYERS IN MONTANA
At Heenan & & Cook, PLLC, we understand more than just accident law and the pursuit of payment in court. We understand our clients’ medical and financial challenges in addition to the issues that are distinct to rural neighborhoods throughout Montana. A lot of our customers come to us after injuries from defective machinery or tools in other labor-intensive offices, or after an automobile mishap that involves a big industrial truck.
We are dedicated mishap and injury lawyers who provide skilled, trustworthy and trusted counsel in a vast array of legal matters. We will work with you to gather the realities and offer the legal analysis and strong advocacy you need.
SKILLED LAWYERS THAT ARE COMPETENT IN SETTLEMENT
Our professionalism and success in injury matters has actually led to attaining both Super Attorney and Best Attorneys in America status. We research study and investigate each case as if it was going to trial so that we may confidently take matters to trial if we do not believe our customer is being treated fairly in settlement negotiations.
As experienced litigators, John Heenan and Joe Cook do whatever possible to make sure that you receive the assistance you need as our client.
RETURNING IN MONTANA
We work here. We live here. We appreciate our community. Every day and in every method, the group at Heenan & & Cook is dedicated to returning to our Montana neighborhoods. Each year, we contribute 10s of thousand of dollars to Montana charities.
ABOUT JOHN HEENAN
John Heenan is a graduate of the University of Montana (honors) and University of Montana School of Law (high honors). After finishing from college, John worked as a truck motorist, a fork lift operator and a teamster intern, assisting him learn the value of hard work and a sincere paycheck.
John began his legal practice by serving as a law clerk for Chief United States District Court Judge Richard F. Cebull. He then worked in personal practice, handling both civil and criminal cases.
In 2009, John attempted the case of McCollough v. Johnson, Rodenburg & & Lauinger, which led to among the biggest jury decisions against a debt collector ever ($ 311,000). In 2014, John and his then law partner attempted the case of King v. GEICO Insurance coverage, which resulted in a jury verdict of $2,700,000. In 2015, John attempted the case of Norman v. Deutsche Bank, which resulted in a jury verdict of $2,050,000, among the biggest jury verdicts in a wrongful foreclosure case.
John has actually acted as lead counsel or co-lead counsel on a number of successful consumer class actions, recovering over $50 million dollars on behalf of customers in Montana. John has actually also composed a laymen’s guide to accident law in Montana: Your Rights: The Ultimate guide To Victim’s Rights in Montana. John is an AV rated legal representative, the greatest ability and ethical ranking a lawyer can receive. He is listed by peer-rated organizations as a “Super Legal representative” and amongst the best consumer security lawyers in the country. John is frequently welcomed to speak to legal representatives about customer security law and class action suits. He is a happy member of the National Association of Customer Supporters and the Montana Trial Attorney Association. John copes with his partner and four kids in Billings, Montana. He is happy to assist people defend their rights against banks, insurance companies and powerful corporations.
ABOUT JOE COOK
Joe’s work has led to record setting, multi-million dollar decisions in medical malpractice and automobile crash cases in Montana, and he has actually been acknowledged by his peers with the prominent MTLA Trial Attorney of the Year award.
Maturing on his family’s ranch just east of Billings, Joe discovered hard-work and imagination can resolve almost any issue. He was an active member of 4-H, American Degree invoice in FFA, and President of the Montana Junior Angus Association. When he was not chasing after, judging or showing livestock, Joe was hectic honing his abilities on the basketball court which ultimately made him a scholarship to play for Rocky Mountain College men’s basketball team. From Rocky Mountain College, he obtained his Bachelor’s degree degree, with honors, in Service Administration/Management and Economics in 2005.
Joe earned his law degree from the University of Montana School of Law in 2009. He served as President of the Rural Advocacy League Student Group, was selected as Co-lead counsel on the American Association of Justice Trial Group and represented undergraduate trainees through the ASUM Legal Clinic. At graduation he was awarded the International Academy of Trial Lawyers Trainee Advocacy Award.
Joe began his legal practice by serving as a federal law clerk for the United States District Court in Great Falls, Montana. Afterwards, Joe returned to Billings where he has actually represented people and regional, Montana services since.
Recognized by his peers as the 2020 Trial Attorney of the Year, Joe is one of the youngest legal representatives in history to be presented with the award. Some of Joe’s recent successes consist of a $2,481,594.36 jury decision in Shuman v. Highmark Traffic Solutions, and a $3,087,000 jury verdict in Espy v. LaGreca. Joe is a proud Eagle Member of the Montana Path Attorneys’ Association and a member of the American Association of Justice.
Joe attributes much of his professional success to his family. His wife, Audrey Rose, constantly show him her wealth of medical understanding and common sense from her Registered Nursing background, and their 4 children.
To find out more about Heenan & & Cook, PLLC, call (406) 839-9091 or go to http://www.lawmontana.com
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