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Located in the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman, MT is the fifth largest city in the state with a population of approximately 27,500. Bozeman is located in the fastest growing county in Montana, Gallatin County, and is named after John M. Bozeman, founder of the Bozeman Trail (an offshoot of the Oregon Trail.) The local economy is primarily supported by agriculture, but tourism and the high-tech industry are growing as well, helping to earn Bozeman the title of "America's #1 Dreamtown" by Bizjournals.com.
Bozeman is also home to the Montana State University-Bozeman, founded in 1893. Local attractions include Yellowstone National Park, the Museum of the Rockies, the Chico Hot Springs, and the American Indian Council of MSU Pow-Wow.
Multiple top-notch Bozeman lawyers have made this thriving community their home. Bozeman lawyers routinely handle legal matters involving business transactions and disputes, intellectual property, personal injury, employment, medical malpractice, and any other you may face.
Attorneys in Bozeman recently filed a lawsuit against a local nursing home. The lawsuit claims that 87-year old Doris Rowe was found unconscious and bleeding from her head following a fall at Evergreen Bozeman Health and Rehabilitation. She died the next day from a cerebral hemorrhage; the incident was her fourth documented fall at the facility during a 35-day stay. The lawsuit, brought by her husband and children, sought a jury trial and unspecified damages for her death which they alleged was caused by inadequate and untrained staff. Defendants sought to bar the jury trial, stating the family should be held to an arbitration agreement they signed when Ms. Rowe was admitted; however the trial court ruled the court case could move forward.
Montana's judicial system is comprised of limited jurisdiction courts, general jurisdiction courts, and the state's supreme court. Bozeman attorneys typically litigate cases in the Bozeman Municipal Court, the 18th Judicial District, or the Montana Supreme Court. The rules and procedures differ for each court- a local Bozeman attorney can inform you of the rules you need to know.
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