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Recovering from Whiplash-Related Injuries

In the event of an auto accident, the quick change in velocity and momentum can violently jolt the head and neck around. This is dangerous and may cause muscle tears, herniated disks, ligament tears, or concussions.

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Montana’s Required Auto Insurance Coverages

According to Montana Law, a 25/50 liability insurance policy is the bare minimum required for every driver on Montana roads. Is it enough to keep folks from financial turmoil?

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Understanding the Glasgow Coma Scale

Proper and timely use of the Glasgow Coma Scale following an accident can prevent long-term mental and physical disabilities

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Common Head and Neck Injuries Caused by Rear-End Collisions

In the United States, roughly one in every four automobile accidents are a rear-end collisions. Because of how common these accidents are, people have a tendency to consider them minor or moderate.

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Montana Ranks Low on Drunk Driving National Rankings

MADD’s annual Report to the Nation should be taken seriously, as it ranks Montana dead last for its lack of efforts to address drunk driving.

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Med Pay: A Brief Debriefing

Choosing an Auto Insurance Plan is similar to trying your hand at the slot machine. You enter a certain amount, press the button, and hope to make double or triple your money.

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A Few Words on The Montana Justice Foundation

With the holiday season just passed, I’d like to spend a few paragraphs discussing the Montana Justice Foundation.

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Uninsured Drivers and Hit-And-Run Automobile Accidents (Part 2)

I’m going to discuss some of the nuances of Uninsured Motorist (UM) Bodily Injury and Underinsured Motorist (UIM) insurance coverages. We’ll talk about Stacking Coverages, Coverage Limits, and other areas to be aware of when considering these types of plans.

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Defining and Understanding “Cause of Action”

It’s never easy to lose a loved one as the result of another’s actions—whether the death may be intentional or incidental. When the death is caused intentionally, it is called homicide and legal action is rather straightforward.

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Making Full-Use of Your Cell Phone Following an Accident

If you’re involved in a wreck, your first move should be to contact authorities and emergency services by dialing 911. However, after the emergency teams are notified, your cell phone can be a reliable tool to gather evidence.

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