Not yet reviewed
Dan Flaherty is the son of Patrick Flaherty. He joined the firm in 2010 after graduating from The University of Montana School of Law. Dan was born and raised in Great Falls. Before law school, he attended Montana State University and graduations with a B.S. in Cell Biology and Neuroscience in 3 years.
Dan is proud of his Montana background and his experience in Montana. From a young age, he took on a variety of jobs. Dan has worked as a mechanic on heavy equipment, operated his own roofing business, worked for medical providers, and interned at the University of Montana - General Legal Counsel's office. Dan's focus is on personal injury, family law, and medical malpractice.
Located in Great Falls, Flaherty Law Office serves a wife geographical base. Clients are represented from Missoula, to Troy, to Billings, and Bozeman. Recently, the firm had success working with one of Montana's greatest attorney's, Steve Potts, in prosecuting a wrongful death discrimination case against a County Detention Center.
Dan is happily married to his wife Julie (Vlasie) Flaherty. The two met when they were in middle school and have been inseparable ever since. Their son, Finn, is their greatest joy.
Hourly ($125-150/hour), contingent (33-40%), Free consultation (30 minutes)
Are you an attorney? Endorse this lawyer
Paul Gallardo, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
Mr. Flaherty has time and again shown that he is willing to go the distance for his clients. For good reason, he has a loyal and satisfied client base. Mr. Flaherty is not afraid to think outside the box and is extraordinarily quick on his feet. I highly recommend Dan Flaherty for your legal needs.
|Attorney||Flaherty Law Office||2010 - Present|
|Office of Technology Transfer||University Of Montana||2010 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Montana State Bar||N/A||2011 - Present|
|Cascade County Bar Association||Secretary||2011 - 2012|
|Stricker (Estate of Longsoldier) v. Blaine & Hill Counties||Administrative Judge ordered Counties to pay $300,000 for discrimination damages. Currently on Appeal|
|See all legal cases|
|University of Montana School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2011|
|Montana State University||N/A||Cell Biology and Neuroscience||2008|
|Continuing Legal Education||Legal Research - Find it Fast on the Web||2014|
|Great Falls Public Schools- Leadership High||Leadership and College||2012|