Hanna Stone

Hannah Stone

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“Communication, commitment and empowering clients with the knowledge to tackle their legal issues is my client philosophy.”
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Hannah Stone

Hannah Stone

Practice Areas

Admissions

  • State Bar of Montana
  • Montana Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court, District of Montana
  • Justice of the Peace, Missoula County

Education

  • University of Montana (J.D. 2010)
  • California State University Northridge (B.A., 2005)
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Hannah Stone

Since joining the firm in 2009, Hannah Stone has been involved in obtaining favorable results for her clients through trial, mediation, administrative proceedings and motion practice. She is dedicated to creating a relationship with each client in order to advocate effectively and with that client’s best interests in mind. Hannah has assisted individuals, small business owners and corporations in cases involving liquor liability/hospitality, employment, insurance coverage/litigation, personal injury, workers’ compensation, medical negligence and wrongful death.

PERSONAL BACKGROUND

Hannah was born in Libby, Montana, but grew up 30 minutes outside of Yosemite National Park in California. She returned to her roots by attending law school in Missoula, and fell in love with the area and its community.

In addition to practicing law, Hannah is passionate about helping families connect with dynamic local resources. She has been “of Counsel” for Tamarack Grief Resource Center since 2011. She was the 2014-15 board chair for Children’s Museum Missoula, and has been an active board member since 2012.  She is the 2016-2017 President of the Western Montana Bar Association, where she coordinates luncheons, CLEs and networking events for local attorneys: http://www.westernmtbar.com/.

In her free time, Hannah and her husband, David Flores, keep busy trying to wear out their two children by biking, skiing, hiking and playing.   


Representative Cases

  • Nees v. Montana Power et al,
    Participated in the mediation of over 90 workers' compensation cases as part of Gonzales class action.
  • Gonzales v. Montana Power Co.,
    Second chair in class action bad faith case for failure to appropriately administer workers' compensation. Verdict in favor of defendants overturned based on juror misconduct.
  • Beauchamp v. United States, et al,
    Assisted in representing a family in wrongful death claims for their sons, Harry and Dennis. In addition to obtaining a substantial settlement, the U.S. agreed to remove the structure from which the children fell; and a memorial at the site is in the works.

Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Western Montana Bar Association (secretary 2012-2014, VP/president-elect 2014-2016)