Mr. Dale's emphasis is in civil litigation including vehicular litigation, insurance coverage, insurance bad faith, product liability, real estate litigation, workers' compensation and Indian law.
Mr. Dale's practice includes the representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of litigation settings. Representing plaintiffs, businesses, insurance companies, and defendants in numerous litigation cases in Montana state courts, Montana Supreme Court, U.S. District Courts in Montana, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court provides a wide scope of experience beneficial to any entity involved in civil litigation.
Mr. Dale was born in Great Falls, Montana. Both of his maternal and paternal grandparents were homesteaders in North Central Montana, and his family still owns farm property in Teton County near Choteau.
During law school Mr. Dale was employed as a U.S. Forest Service smokejumper during the summers, and also served as a corporate director for the National Smokejumper Association.
His wife, Pam Dale, recently retired from a thirty year career as a high school teacher. They have two sons, Kyle and Blane. Kyle is a board certified radiologist who is currently in a fellowship at the Medical Center of South Carolina in Charleston. Blane is a civil engineer employed with an environmental firm in Missoula.
Mr. Dale's recreational pursuits include big game hunting, upland bird hunting, water fowl hunting, bird dog training, and fishing. He holds life memberships in the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and Trout Unlimited, and is a regular member of the Wild Turkey Federation, Foundation for North American Wild Sheep, Pheasants Forever, Montana Wildlife Federation, and Ducks Unlimited.