Understanding the Ozempic Class Action Lawsuit and Stomach Paralysis

Could the medication you trusted to manage weight loss be a ticking time bomb for severe stomach issues? The Ozempic class action lawsuit suggests that the drug’s manufacturers failed to warn users of the risk of gastroparesis-a debilitating condition that severely affects digestion. In this article, we’ll dissect the legal proceedings against Ozempic, explore the… read more

What is Negligence in Law?

In the world of law, understanding complex legal concepts can be daunting. The intricacies of legal jargon and convoluted principles often act as barriers. This makes it challenging for the average person to comprehend their rights and responsibilities. However, at Heenan & Cook in Montana, we firmly believe that the law should be accessible to everyone, regardless… read more

How Much Will You Receive From a Medical Malpractice Settlement?

When it comes to medical malpractice cases, one of the most common questions that people ask is, “How much is the average medical malpractice settlement?” It’s a question rooted in the desire to understand what might be expected in terms of compensation when medical negligence has occurred. At Heenan & Cook in Montana, we recognize that clarity… read more

The legal process for filing a Tylenol autism lawsuit

Tylenol is one of the most popular over-the-counter pain relievers in the world. It is used by millions of people to relieve pain and fever. However, there is a growing body of research that suggests that Tylenol may be linked to autism. If you believe that your child has autism as a result of exposure… read more

What to Do In a Hit and Run Accident

There were about 737,100 hit and run crashes in 2015. A hit and run accident happens when the driver responsible for the collision flees the scene. Whether they hit another vehicle or a pedestrian, they fail to provide information or aid. Hit-and-run accidents are illegal because drivers must remain at the scene. They should exchange contact and… read more

How Long Do You Have to See a Doctor After an Auto Accident?

There is an average of six million car accidents in the US yearly. While all these vehicle accidents aren’t fatal, they’re abrupt, shocking experiences. Sufferers often have various complications to deal with at once, like car damages car and auto accident injuries. Injuries are especially problematic. It is never a good idea to wait until wounds get worse; trying to wait out injuries… read more

Understanding the Different Components of a Car Accident Lawsuit

A recent study found that 98% of car accidents are caused by human error. If you’ve been in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation based on the damages you suffered. As a result, you may be wondering about the process of a car accident lawsuit. In order to answer your questions, we’ve found all… read more

What Happens if You Don’t Exchange Information After an Accident?

After getting into a car accident, it’s normal to feel disoriented and confused. The other driver might rush away, turning your accident into a hit-and-run. If you intend to file an auto accident claim, you want to exchange info after a car accident. About six million car accidents occur across the US every year. However, not every… read more

How to File a Semi-Truck Injury Claim: Everything You Need to Know

Every year, there are more than 300,000 semi-truck accidents in the U.S. that result in property damage. There are also more than 100,000 semi-truck accidents that result in drivers sustaining injuries and about 5,000 semi-truck accidents that lead to fatalities. If you were recently involved in an accident involving a semi-truck that left you with injuries, you might be able… read more

Is Tylenol Linked to Autism?

Research shows that around 1 in 100 children has autism. These characteristics are usually identified early on, but some forms of autism are harder to diagnose. If you have a child with autism, you may be curious about the cause. There are some studies where people believe Tylenol is linked to autism. If that is the case,… read more