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Bradley Jay Jones

Bradley Jay Jones

Bradley J. Jones, helping families with legal issues.
  • Workers' Compensation, Divorce, Family Law...
  • Montana, North Dakota
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Bradley J. Jones and his wife Brenda have been married for more than twenty years and are raising their four sons and one daughter in the Bitterroot. Following his first career in construction (carpenter/construction management/contractor) Brad joined Bulman Law Associates PLLC. as an intern in January 2013, and was an associate disability attorney from July 2014 thru December 2017. In January 2018 Brad struck out on his own froming Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law. Taking advantage of past experience, Brad’s practice focuses on workers’ compensation disputes, denial of veterans’ benefits, family law, wills and estates and personal injury claims. Brad graduated from the University of Montana School of Law in December 2013 and has been admitted to practice law in Montana. In law school Brad was the President of the UM Military Legal Society and Vice President of the Willamette chapter of the J. Ruben Clark Law Society. Brad is also an Infantry Officer in the Montana Army National Guard where he has served since 2009.

Practice Areas
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Estate Planning
  • Employment Law
  • Civil Rights
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    When people are injured the cost of consulting an attorney should not be an issue. If you are hurt call for a free initial consultation today.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Montana
North Dakota
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner
Jones & Cook Attorneys at Law
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Bradley recently purchased the practice of Joan E. Cook. The attorneys and staff at Jones & Cook look forward to serving you.
Sole Proprietor
Bradley J. Jones Attorney at Law
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Infantry Officer
Montana Army National Guard
- Current
Associate Attorney
Bulman Law Associates PLLC
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Intern
Bulman Law Associates PLLC
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Intern
Oregon Army National Guard
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President
Meridian General Contracting
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Project Manager
FWS Construction
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Project Engineer
Layton Construction
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Education
University of Montana - University of Montana-Missoula
M.S. (2015) | Public Administration
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Honors: Magna Cum Laude
University of Montana School of Law
J.D. (2013) | Law
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Activities: President of the Military Law Society
Willamette University College of Law
Law
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Montana State University - Billings
B.S. (2011) | Communication
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Honors: Cum Laude
Salt Lake Community College
A.S. (2001) | Construction Managment
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Honors: Honors
Salt Lake Community College
A.A.S. (2001) | Building Construction
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Honors: Honors
Professional Associations
North Dakota State Bar Association
Member
- Current
Montana State Bar
Member
- Current
Montana Trial Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
Federalist Society
Member
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Certifications
Construction Document Technologist
Construction Specifications Institute
HIPPA Information Requirements
United States Army National Guard
Firearms Repair
International Career school Canada
Websites & Blogs
Website
Bradley J. Jones Attorney at Law
Legal Answers
10 Questions Answered

Q. I need to know if a person managing a motel is paid by the hour or on a day rate. This person is not an administrator.
A: How the employee is paid is a matter of agreement between the employer and the employee. State and Federal minimum wage requirements must be met but how the wage is calculated is not a firm matter of law.
Q. What steps can you take if a shady employer took down personal information during job interview?
A: Unless the employer is using your information for illegal purposes there is nothing you can do. Your information was provided to him voluntarily.
Q. In the criminal justice system does the burdon of proof fall on the defense attorney?
A: This depends on the situation. Generally the plaintiff, in this case the state must prove all elements of the alleged complaint. The burden may shift to the defense if proof is offered or there is an affirmative defense. I hope this helps.
Q. Can My spouse collect Alamony without it changing her SSDI
A: Yes, SSDI is not tied to resource availability. If your wife were receiving SSI the alimony would count as a resource and likely disqualify her from receiving benefits.
Q. Can my person or personal belongings be searched as a passenger on a commercial motor coach (bus)
A: This will depend on who is searching and why. Generally speaking you should not be searched on ground transportation by a civilian.
Q. I received bad check for work I did on someones house
A: You need to file a small claims court action to recover your funds and costs related to the bad check.
Q. Can a 20 yo that turns 21 in July date and have sexual relationship with a 16 who turns 17 the same day I'm Montana
A: Montana Code Annotated 45-5-503 discusses the penalties for sexual intercourse without consent. A minor does not have the capacity to consent legally so even if this is not forceful it would be what is termed statutory rape. I strongly suggest you avoid the chance of prosecution.
Q. I worked 2 jobs I got hurt and am rec. Temp partial disability but due to a domestic violence case quit the other job
A: This depends on how your employment ended. I suggest you contact a workers' compensation attorney to discuss your case. We are glad to help.
Q. Hurt my back on the job, and receiving workers' comp. My employer wants me to come back to work, what do I do?
A: Your doctor not your employer decides when you should return to work. I suggest you contact a California workers' compensation attorney because the law differs from state to state. If your doctor has released you, even to light duty, and the employer is ready for your return in Montana you would need to return to work or risk losing your wage loss benefits in the future.
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416 East Pine Street
P.O. Box 7815
Missoula, MT 59802
USA
Telephone: (406) 543-3800
Fax: (406) 721-8715