Posted in News on December 30, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of every person in the United States. However, nowhere has the effect of this virus been felt more harshly than in nursing homes throughout the country. If you remember, the first major outbreak of the coronavirus occurred in a nursing home in Washington. Since that time, Montana has… read moreBoy Scouts Bankruptcy Leads to 90,000+ Sexual Abuse Claims
Posted in News on December 30, 2020
The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy in 2020. However, while bankruptcy cases can sometimes mean that an organization is going under, the Boy Scouts bankruptcy has occurred for a few reasons. First, the BSA fully intends to continue operating. However, mounting sexual abuse claims against the organization’s leaders and a court-enforced deadline set… read moreMarijuana & Personal Injury in Montana
Posted in News on October 27, 2020
The use of marijuana in the United States has always been controversial. However, over the last few decades, there has been significant debate about legalizing marijuana, whether for medical purposes pertinent to personal injury and pain management or for recreational usage. As of this writing, the medical use of marijuana is allowed in 33 states,… read moreWhat is Duty of Care?
Posted in News on September 3, 2020
The term “duty of care” is something you may hear if you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another person. If this is the case, it may be necessary for you to file a personal injury lawsuit against the alleged negligent party to recover compensation…. read moreMost Dangerous Toys of 2020 Holiday Season
Posted in News on August 28, 2020
The holiday season is approaching, and it is time to start buying the toys that the young kids in your family are going to love. Just like every other holiday season, it is important to ensure that you buy only safe toys for the children in your life. Unfortunately, every holiday season brings about new… read moreMountain Driving Tips – Should I Carry Chains Year Around?
Posted in News on July 23, 2020
While it may seem strange to talk about having chains for your tires in the summer months, the reality is that we never quite know what kind of weather we will have in Montana. This is especially true for those who live or regularly travel through Montana’s mountains. Just last month, residents in parts of… read moreHow To Stay Safe at The MontanaFair in 2020?
Posted in News on July 22, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way of life for most people in Montana and throughout the United States. While many people thought that the health threat would be over by now, the truth is that the coronavirus is going to affect our daily lives for some time. However, those who want to attend the… read moreA Settlement in a Class-Action Lawsuit
Posted in News on July 1, 2020
Yellowstone County District Judge approved $3.45 million settlement (Read More Here)What To Do If Sexually Assaulted in an Uber?
Posted in News on May 26, 2020
The last thing that anyone should ever have to experience is a sexual assault occurring in an Uber vehicle. Uber touts its safety measures, but that does not change the fact that sexual assaults have occurred inside their vehicles. If you or somebody you love has been sexually assaulted in an Uber vehicle, there are… read moreDo I Need to Report a Car Accident to the DMV in Montana?
Posted in News on April 20, 2020
Getting into a car accident can be a terrifying experience for anyone, and the aftermath can become complicated. However, there are often times when an accident is relatively minor or when nobody seems to be hurt. In these cases, those involved may consider not reporting the crash at all. However, it is important to know… read more