Posted in News on June 23, 2018
A teenager gaining a learner’s permit or driver’s license comes with much excitement but also many stresses. Those concerns include more than worrying about how well the teen will drive or making sure he or she follows the rules of the road. With a new driver in your vehicle, you’ll be looking at changes to… read moreIs Your Driving Record Affected If Someone Hits You? How Claims Affect Rates.
Posted in News on June 20, 2018
An auto accident already brings financial consequences. In fact, just covering damage and potential injury costs can be exorbitant. The accident may also bring insurance costs, depending on the size of your deductible, but an additional worry may be how the accident will affect your auto insurance rates. The effect an accident will have on… read moreIs Cheap Car Insurance Really Worth It? Is Cheap Car Insurance Really Worth It?
Posted in News on June 20, 2018
Owning a car in Montana can be expensive, and insurance costs add to your financial responsibility. Many people want to save money any way they can, and a car insurance bill might be a tempting place to look. After all, depending on your policy, it can be easy to shave a way a substantial fraction… read moreHow to Avoid Aggressive Drivers and Alleviate Road Rage
Posted in News on June 2, 2018
Aggressive drivers present a danger to everyone on the roadways. Road rage varies slightly from aggressive driver behaviors, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration defines it as one of the following: Committing traffic offenses that endanger people or property An assault with a motor vehicle Assault with a dangerous weapon by another person operating… read moreWhat to Do If a Product You Own Has Been Recalled
Posted in News on May 30, 2018
It seems that every news cycle brings warnings about defective products or recalls. Whether it’s romaine lettuce, eggs, or dressers, both the government and manufacturers issue recalls in an attempt to assure public safety. What should you do if a product you use has a recall? Here’s everything you need to know: Know which products… read moreWho’s Liable for an Uber Accident?
Posted in News on May 29, 2018
The ride-sharing community has experienced an explosion in popularity in recent years. Many people turn to services like Uber and Lyft because they can get convenient transportation at a lower price than a traditional cab company. On the other hand, traveling by Uber has its risks: taxi drivers undergo a rigorous vetting process and drive… read moreMontana is One of the Most Dangerous States to Drive in. Why?
Posted in News on May 3, 2018
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 moreWays to Prove a Distracted Driver
Posted in News on May 2, 2018
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 moreEight Important Tips For Being A Good Defensive Driver
Posted in News on April 30, 2018
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 moreReasons Why Your Car Insurance Claim Was Denied in Billings, MT
Posted in News on March 29, 2018
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