How Do You Prove Negligence in Personal Injury Cases?

Injuries can lead to significant setbacks for victims, and it is crucial that any person harmed due to the negligence of another individual, business, or entity receive the compensation they are entitled to. Unfortunately, proving the negligence of at-fault parties in these cases can be challenging. Here, we want to discuss the process of proving… read more

Can I Be Partially Responsible for a Car Accident in Montana?

Any time a person sustains an injury in an accident caused by the careless, negligent, or intentional actions of another driver, they should be able to recover compensation for their losses. However, securing compensation can be challenging, particularly if an injury victim is partially responsible for causing a vehicle accident. It is not impossible for… read more

Who Is Responsible for a Dog Bite Injury in Montana?

Dogs have incredibly powerful jaws that can inflict severe injuries on the human body. While the vast majority of dogs pose no threat to humans, the reality is that dog bite injuries commonly occur.  Data available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows that approximately 800,000 people seek medical care each year… read more

Are Emotional & Psychological Damages Available in Montana?

If you or somebody you care about has been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual, business, or entity, then you deserve compensation for what happened. Most people understand that they are able to recover compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and various other out-of-pocket expenses they incur due to… read more

Winter Sports & Brain Injuries – How to Stay Protected?

Wintertime in Montana can be fun. Sure, you may dread the snow and ice, but the reality is that winter sports can be a way to beat back the doldrums of winter. Montana residents and visitors regularly participate in various winter sports activities, including skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, ice skating, and more. However, each of these… read more

What are Common Bad Faith Insurance Tactics?

Sustaining an injury or significant property damage is difficult enough. However, the situation can become more fraught if your insurance company does not live up to their end of the contract. Insurance carriers are required to investigate, negotiate, and settle injury claims in good faith with their policyholders. This is not just something the insurance… read more

Nursing Home in Butte, MT Sued Over Negligence for COVID-19 Outbreak

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 more

Boy Scouts Bankruptcy Leads to 90,000+ Sexual Abuse Claims

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 more

Marijuana & Personal Injury in Montana

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 more

What is Duty of Care?

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 more