Bradley Jones

Originally from a small town in North Carolina, Brad spent much of his childhood on his grandfather’s farm where he learned the values of hard work, determination, and self-sufficiency.  Brad first came to Montana by way of a university exchange program to Missoula in 2003 for a year, before returning to the University of North Carolina.  After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill, Brad spent some years maintaining trails, running chainsaws, and fighting fire for the National Park Service.

Practice areas
Personal injury law
Auto Collisions
Industrial accidents
Environmental Pollution Cases
Insurance bad faith
Oilfield Injuries
Commercial Trucking Litigation
Labor Law
Insurance and Employment Law Class Actions
Commercial and Contract Litigation
Workers’ Compensation
Wage and hour claims
Products liability
Medical malpractice
Litigation against State and Federal Agencies

Montana State Courts, 2013
U.S. Dist. Ct, Dist. of Montana, 2013
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Dist. of Montana, 2016
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, 2005, B.A., Anthropology
Associations and memberships
Montana Trial Lawyers Association

After graduating, he worked as a criminal defense attorney and plaintiffs’ personal injury attorney handling personal injury cases, property damage cases, litigation against governmental agencies, insurance class actions, and workers compensation cases.  Brad moved to Helena in 2016 to work for the State of Montana for five and a half years in the fields of environmental regulatory law, administrative law, professional licensing, labor/employment law, bankruptcy, property law, oil & gas, and in the field of public land management generally.

A trial lawyer at heart, Brad has practiced in a wide variety of fields but has returned to his passion of representing those individuals harmed by the negligence of others.

In his free time, you can often find Brad out on the trails, the river, and generally enjoying Montana’s public lands.   Brad is an avid archery, big game and bird hunter.  Brad also believes giving back to Montana through community service is important.  Brad commits much of his time to groups supporting Montana’s wildlife conservation heritage by serving on the board of directors of multiple non-profit, Montana-based community groups.



Helena, MT 59601



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