Morrison, Motl & Sherwood, PLLP

Montana Law Firm

Morrison, Motl & Sherwood, PLLP

Morrison, Motl and Sherwood is law firm based in Helena, Montana. Providing the highest quality legal representation for large and small businesses, workers, and individuals, their attorneys have the experience that counts. Their law firm has successfully litigated a few hundred cases for their clients across Montana state. They take pride in being big enough to provide a wide array of expertise but small enough to ensure undivided attention to every different client.

Practice Areas:
- Banking and Foreclosures
- Class Actions
- Consumer Rights
- Defective Products
- Employment
- Environmental/Land Use
- Family Law
- Insurance Bad Faith
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury

Principal Attorneys:   
- John Morrison
- Jonathan Motl
- Frederick F. Sherwood

Morrison, Motl & Sherwood, PLLP
401 North Last Chance Gulch
Helena, Mt 59601

Phone: 406.442.3261
Fax: 406.443.7294

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