Protecting the People and Values of Montana
"It’s not a question of what to do—you do what’s right."
Since 1998, over 2,000 people diagnosed from asbestos-related disease have trusted McGarvey, Heberling, Sullivan & Lacey to litigate on their behalf.
Our firm fights for clients’ rights, protecting the people and land that make Montana unique. From representing the workers at the Columbia Falls aluminum plant to the Libby community's asbestos exposure, we’ve tirelessly worked to do what’s right, and we will continue to do so as long as our communities and environment are being put at risk.
McGarvey, Heberling, Sullivan & Lacey’s roots trace to 1975 when Jon Heberling joined Dale McGarvey’s practice. In 1986 Roger Sullivan and Allan McGarvey joined as partners to create one of Montana’s premier firms dedicated to protecting the values and land of Montanans.
We focus on ensuring healthy communities, safe places to work, and a clean environment. The firm represents individuals suffering from the effects of exposure to dangerous substances, especially those suffering from exposure Libby asbestos diseases. We also advocates on behalf of individuals denied the right to a work in a safe and healthy environment and represent private property owners in achieving the clean-up of contaminated lands.
Our mission is to advocate on behalf of communities and individuals who are attempting to seek justice and to pass on a clean and healthy communities to the next generation of Montanans.