Posted in Personal Injury on July 26, 2022
When you’ve been injured in an accident, things get scary in a hurry. Not only do you have to find room in your busy schedule to make and attend medical appointments, but you also have to deal with insurance company adjusters. Insurance adjusters sometimes are overtly hostile, and sometimes pretend to be friendly, but make… read moreWho is responsible for injuries in a Montana dust storm collision?
Last week, a freak dust storm outside of Hardin, Montana resulted in tragedy, with 21 vehicles involved in a series of collisions, including the deaths of 6 motorists. With such a tragedy, those affected will rightly be looking to find out how to make an insurance claim to cover injuries and losses. The question then… read moreEverything you need to know about hiring a Montana accident attorney
Car accidents happen every day in Montana. With winter driving conditions for a large part of the year, and tourists unfamiliar with Montana’s roadways in the summer season, accidents happen. Most of the smaller fender bender type accidents are usually settled out of court and between insurance companies. These are often small amounts of money… read moreCPAP Machine Recall Injury Claims: What’s It About and Who Qualifies?
Posted in Personal Injury on May 20, 2022
Philips CPAP Breathing Machines Recalled Over Potential Injuries Philips Respironics has issued a recall for Philips Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (Bi-Level PAP), Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP), and mechanical ventilator devices after potential health risks related to lung injury have been identified. The company may be facing multiple lawsuits filed by people who were injured… read moreNo Fee Hike Guarantee – Heenan & Cook, PLLC
Posted in Personal Injury on May 9, 2022
In auto accident and personal injury cases occurring in Montana, most Montana injury lawyers will charge a “contingency fee” instead of charging by the hour. The “contingency fee” is a percentage of the total money the lawyer is able to recover on behalf of the client. If the lawyer recovers nothing, then the client owes… read moreSeven Reasons to Talk to a Personal Injury Attorney Before Accepting an Insurance’s Settlement Offer
Posted in Personal Injury on February 16, 2022
You’ve been injured through no fault of your own. The insurance adjustor has seemed friendly enough so far, and now has made an offer to resolve your claim. The adjustor may or may not have explained that if the offer is accepted you will be releasing, forever, your right to any further compensation for your… read more