Posted in Personal Injury on January 19, 2023
Road traffic accidents involving large trucks account for around 5,000 deaths in the United States each year, according to the National Safety Council. Many more people sustain injuries as a result of these collisions, including many who receive life-changing injuries. If you or someone you love has been involved in a truck accident, you may be entitled to… read moreNursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Everything You Need to Know
Posted in Nursing Home Abuse on January 13, 2023
Did you know that 40% of American nursing home residents have reported abuse? Nursing home neglect and abuse is a serious problem. Vulnerable older people are being harmed by the very people we trust to look after them. If you’ve witnessed signs of abuse in a nursing home, you should act now and protect your loved ones…. read moreWhat does a Montana wrongful death attorney do?
Posted in Personal Injury on December 13, 2022
Losing a loved one in death is one of the most difficult experiences any of us will have to endure. However, when another person’s negligence or recklessness caused the death, it’s an even more bitter pill to swallow. According to the CDC, more than 200,000 Americans lost their lives due to unintentional injuries in 2020. Behind each… read moreA Guide to Hiring the Best Montana Auto Accident Lawyer
Every year, many people are injured in auto accidents on Montana roads. Tragically, in 2021, 240 people lost their lives in these accidents. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in such an accident, we understand the pain you must be going through. At this time, you need the best auto accident lawyer available… read moreIs There a Lawsuit Against Tylenol for Autism and ADHD?
There is a 20-30% increased risk of developing neurodevelopmental disorders when pregnant women use acetaminophen. Mounting evidence suggests that acetaminophen, also known as paracetamol, may be linked to behavioral problems in children. These problems include ADHD and autism. There is an ongoing lawsuit against the company that makes acetaminophen, Johnson and Johnson. So is there a link… read moreWhat to Know about a Trial Attorney
Posted in Personal Injury on November 16, 2022
You can’t shake the sound of the crashing metal and glass that rang out when another speeding motorist crashed into you earlier today. Your car is totaled. And you’re now in pain. You’re not the only facing this situation. Research shows that 20 million to 50 million people suffer injuries from car accidents every year. And many… read moreGrowing concerns about the safety of Interstate 90
Every day, thousands of drivers travel across Montana on Interstate 90 (I-90), the east-west interstate highway that cuts through Missoula, Butte, Bozeman and Billings. Many of these drivers are well aware of the road’s poor conditions and have cited their growing concerns. State officials are quite aware of these concerns, reporting 30 deaths on Montana’s… read moreWhat to Look for When Hiring a Montana Truck Accident Lawyer
Posted in Personal Injury on October 18, 2022
If you’re injured in a Montana truck accident, you need the best legal team by your side. An attorney can help you fight for your rights, so you can receive the compensation you need to heal. However, there’s a lot to consider in the aftermath of the crash. You may have injuries to attend to,… read moreThe Top Mistakes People Make After a Car Accident
13 car accidents occur every 60 seconds on U.S. roadways. Many of these accidents involve careless drivers. Do you know what to do after a car accident? Knowing what to do after a car accident means knowing what not to do. Keep reading for the top mistakes people make after a car accident that you must avoid. Not… read moreMontana Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Claims
Many individuals throughout the state of Montana served time at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Unfortunately, those who served at Camp Lejeune from the 1950s through the 1980s could have been exposed to cancer-causing chemicals in the water supply at the base. There may have potentially been millions of individuals exposed, including military service members,… read more