The Judnich Law Office has consistently been voted as finalists and winners of the Best Lawyer in Missoula and Best of Missoula lawyer category of the Missoula Independent and Missoulian polls over the last seven years.
Judnich Law Office recent cases:
City v. J.O. – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Ricker – Jury trial acquittal of all criminal charges.
State v. Smith – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
State v. Lamere – DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Brush v. State Farm – $50,000 policy limits settlement for injuries from car collision.
Iverson v. Iverson – Family law case that went to contested trial and we obtained a ruling that allowed the mother to immediately move with her children out of state and away from father.
State v. Roadifer – Aggravated DUI charges reduced to Reckless driving.
Geico v. Swigart – $25,000 policy limit settlement for injuries from car collision.
State v. Davis – DUI charges amended to Negligent Endangerment.
A.M. v. Liberty Mutual Insurance – $135,500 settlement for injuries from a head on collision.
Zunski v. Kemper Insurance – $100,000 settlement between two different rear end collision accidents.
State v. Urtiaga – Misdemeanor DUI charges dismissed.
State v. Spinelli – Felony DUI charges reduced to misdemeanors.
State v. Peasley – Felony DUI charges reduced to misdemeanors.
M.E. v. State Farm Insurance – $151,000 settlement for injuries from a rear end collision.
State v. Pressel – misdemeanor DUI charges reduced to reckless driving.
State v. Loendorff – Felony Marijuana possession and manufacturing charges dismissed.
A.J. v. Allstate Insurance – $50,000 settlement for injuries from a t-bone type vehicle collision.
State v. Klotzer – Felony Threats in official matters (judge) charge reduced to deferred sentence on misdemeanor charge.
K.C. v. State Farm Insurance – $50,000 policy limit for injuries from a rear end collision.
State v. Mathis – Felony Drug manufacturing and forfeiture charges reduced to misdemeanors – no jail time.
State v. M.R. – Felony Burglary charges reduced to misdemeanor trespassing – no jail time.
State v. Mizer – Felony criminal endangerment charges dismissed.
Past results afford no guarantee of future results and every case is different and must be judged on its own merits.