Montana is One of the Most Dangerous States to Drive in. Why?

Car Accidents in Billings, MT The law offices of Ragain & Cook, P.C. have helped car accident victims get the compensation they deserve for over 40 years. While in recent years, the number of serious and fatal accidents have come down overall, there are still far too many cases where the other driver causes an avoidable motor… read more

Ways to Prove a Distracted Driver  

In 2016, 3,450 people in the United States died in accidents involving distracted driving. This very serious issue is making roadways across the country more dangerous. After a car accident, many people want to file personal injury claims against the other party. However, filing a claim also includes proving the defendant was liable for the… read more

Eight Important Tips For Being A Good Defensive Driver

Car accidents are an ever-present fact, sometimes resulting in severe injuries or death. You will encounter aggressive drivers in every region of the country. Avoiding car accidents can be difficult, as road safety depends on the cooperation of all drivers following traffic regulations all the time. The best way to keep yourself and others safe… read more

Reasons Why Your Car Insurance Claim Was Denied in Billings, MT

When you’re injured in a car accident in Montana, the attorneys of Ragain & Cook, P.C. can help you get the compensation you need for expensive medical bills if the insurance company denies your claim unfairly. Insurance is big business, and minimizing the amount paid in compensation helps companies stay profitable. If you’ve received a letter… read more

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, which began as a way to highlight the government’s commitment to traumatic brain injury awareness and research. It has since expanded to include an outreach to ensure most people understand what brain injury is and how they can avoid it. If you or a loved one has suffered from… read more

Deadline of the Asbestos Wrongful Death Claim in Montana

Asbestos has caused suffering for millions of Montana citizens. Some of them don’t even realize they’ve undergone exposure until years later. Now, the deadline for filing a lawsuit after asbestos exposure is looming. If you believed you or a loved one suffered illness or death from asbestos exposure in Montana, discuss your case with a… read more

Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Killer

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is the silent killer; it’s odorless, invisible to the eye, and strikes quickly. Its symptoms are similar to the flu, meaning most people don’t even realize what happened until they are in the hospital. As winter continues, the risk of CO exposure in your home rises. Every year, more than 50,000 people… read more

Winter Driving Safety Tips

Winter driving is a way of life in Montana. The residents of this great state are accustomed to driving their vehicles in less than ideal conditions. However, not all drivers are veterans of Montana’s roads and Mother Nature has a penchant for challenging even the most experienced drivers. Prepare for any circumstance when driving; below… read more

Common Causes of Winter Injuries & How to Avoid Them

Many people are aware of the headaches that come with colder weather, but wintertime can also include some pretty bad body aches as well. Increased awareness and improving technology makes winter activities safer every year. However, accidents can happen in the best situations. Sometimes those accidents are the result of negligence or the willful act… read more

Vaccines, Religion & Medical Malpractice in Montana

Vaccinations have become an increasingly controversial topic, as more parents opt to not vaccinate their children or to delay key vaccinations. Most states, including Montana, provide for exemptions to vaccination requirements under certain circumstances. Taking advantage of this exemption carries consequences for pursuing medical malpractice claims, and you should be aware of the facts before… read more