Born just a few miles from the office in the old hospital on Willson Avenue, Heather grew up in Belgrade, Montana, and graduated from Belgrade High School in 1998. Her interest in law led her to work as a paralegal in Missoula soon after high school. When she joined Foust Law Office as a paralegal almost 10 years ago, Heather found a home in more ways than one. She and Lucas were married in 2013, and they now work together to offer compassionate, committed representation to seriously injured clients across Montana.
But that’s not all Heather does.
Seventh Amendment Productions
The Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens the right to a trial by a jury of their peers in civil cases. Heather’s company, Seventh Amendment Productions, is a jury research and consulting firm. By organizing jury research projects, Heather helps lawyers address concerns they have with their cases throughout Montana and Wyoming. Through her social media system, Heather gathers community members fitting various demographic groups to create high-quality test runs of cases to help attorneys better prepare for trial.
Heather’s work as a paralegal and jury consultant sets Foust Law Office apart from competitors as one of the best plaintiff personal injury litigation firms in Montana.
Life Outside the Office
Heather’s passion outside of work is exercise and physical fitness. She has competed in bodybuilding competitions in California and Wyoming. Next on the docket for Heather and Lucas is to expand their family as soon as possible!
When you hire Lucas Foust to represent you in your personal injury or workers’ compensation claim, you get more than just a great trial lawyer. You also get Heather’s experience and dedication as a paralegal, jury consultant, and compassionate human being.