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Montoya Hinckley represents clients in hearings and trials before Washington and Oregon state courts, federal courts, and state and federal administrative agencies, and in appeals in state and federal appellate courts. Our skillful, knowledgeable attorneys have a broad range of experience that enables Montoya Hinckley to provide high-quality representation in all types of civil disputes. Our civil litigation practice covers a wide variety of legal issues, including personal injury, business disputes and disputes among business owners, commercial disputes, contract disputes, real estate disputes, employment law, constitutional and civil rights claims, construction claims, and administrative and regulatory actions.

If you or your business have been sued or are under the subject of administrative agency action, or if you or your business need to take action to enforce your rights, you want attorneys with the skill and experience that can give you the best chance to win. When you need an advocate to represent you, you will be glad you chose Montoya Hinckley.

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”I highly recommend Kevan Montoya with Montoya Hinckley. I have used this firm for legal services on two separate occasions now. Every time he has been Fast , Realiable and Great communication. Thank You.” – Rick Mendiola (Google Review)

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Attorney Kevan Montoya

Attorney Kevan MontoyaFor over thirty years, Mr. Montoya has successfully represented clients in litigation involving multi-million dollar cases involving wrongful death, employment and business and commercial disputes. He regularly counsels businesses in Yakima and Central Washington on employment policies and helps businesses train employees regarding employment law compliance. He regularly speaks on employment issues. [ Attorney Bio ]

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    How Long Do You Have to Sue for Personal Injury?

    How Long Do You Have to Sue for Personal Injury?

    If you suffered injuries because of another person's negligence, you have a specific amount of time to take legal action. If you try to file a lawsuit, the defendant will file a motion to dismiss the case for being outside the statute of limitations. If you attempt settlement negotiations after the statute runs, the defendant may send a letter to "

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