Your success is our goal. When you need an advocate with the judgment and experience to represent you, you will be glad you chose Kevan Montoya and Tyler Hinckley.  We understand litigation and risk.  We can help you if you find yourself in court or are trying to avoid court.

For twenty-three years, the lawyers of Montoya Hinckley have represented clients in cases in state and federal court throughout the state of Washington.  We have have represented plaintiffs and defendants in injury, employment, business and real estate litigation.  When you need an advocate, we are there for you.  When you need advice, we can help.  We have sucessfully handled cases against big law firms from around the country.  We will not settle your case to avoid court; we settle your case when it's right for you.

If you need someone to fight for you in court or before an administrative agency, or if you are a business that needs help in a labor or employment matter, Kevan Montoya and Tyler Hinckley have you covered.  We regularly represent employers that deal with all kinds of employee-related issues, such as allegations of discrimination, policy questions and labor disputes.  We have the expertise to help you deal with all of your employment-related legal issues.

 

 

Kevan Montoya updates Yakima Valley Human Resources Assocation

In January, Kevan Montoya updated local human resources professionals on new laws and cases. At Montoya Hinckely, we win when our employer clients avoid litigation.
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Montoya Hinckley Continues Personal Injury Success

Montoya Hinckley has continued to obtain great settlements for its personal injury clients. Thank you to Montoya Hinckley's clients and friends, and other lawyers who continue to refer serious personal injury cases to us.
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Tyler Hinckley Named 2013 Rising Star

Super Lawyers Magazine has named Tyler Hinckley a Rising Star for a second consecutive year. The Rising Star designation is reserved for 2.5 % of Washington lawyers under age 40.
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New EEOC Enforcement guidance on the consideration of arrest and conviction records

The EEOC has issued new enforcement guidelines on the use of arrest and conviction records. For the new guidelines, see http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/guidance/qa_arrest_ conviction.cfm, or give us a call.
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