(406) 543 1550
Thiel Law Office, PLLC.
327 W. Pine St.
Missoula, MT 59807
With over twenty three years of experience in civil cases, and having represented clients before trial courts and courts of appeal in Montana, attorney Matthew Thiel is focused on personal injury and labor law with extensive experience in motor vehicle cases, worker injury cases, insurance bad faith, estate litigation and labor law negotiations and arbitration.
Personal Injury/ Wrongful Death
Insurance Bad Faith
Estate Administration And Litigation
Guardianship and Conservatorship
Sexual Abuse Claims
Thiel Law Office, PLLC based in Missoula, Montana has been helping Montana businesses, unions, and citizens in in civil litigation, business development, and estate planning for over 23 years. We offer our clients expert service and a unique commitment that we will be available to meet their needs from start to finish.
Everyman's lawyer – Attorney Matt Thiel's accomplishments result from wanting solution over outcome
...Not knowing his occupation, a first meeting with Missoula attorney Matt Thiel might prompt you to suppose that he's your son or daughter's new music teacher. He is nothing if not mild-mannered.
But don't be fooled. Matt Thiel carries a big stick.
Though he is not your average gangbusters attorney, Thiel's courteous and refined persona is no gauge of his legal chops for preparing and presenting an argument. Bottom line? You want this guy in your corner...
Montana Lawsuit Filed Against Boy Scouts of America
Attorneys Matthew Thiel, Gilion Dumas, and Kelly Clark addressed the media during a press conference on Sept. 7 at the Holiday Inn in Great Falls, where they announced a civil lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America and the Montana Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
"The women say in the lawsuit that the Boy Scouts and the scouts' Montana Council failed to properly train and supervise Leininger, and even gave him their highest adult award, the Silver Beaver.
The organization should have known Leininger was a risk and it should have warned the parents of the children of that risk, the lawsuit claims. There had been enough instances of sexual molestation at the hands of scout leaders by then that the organization should have foreseen Leininger's sexual abuse, the plaintiffs' attorneys said."
""I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution."
-Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Paine 1789