Successfully Helping
Injured People in Montana
for More Than 35 Years

Month: November 2013

Kids have interesting palates. Though most like fairly bland foods such as macaroni and cheese, fish sticks and crackers, others crave super sour, sweet and spicy treats. It can be quite amusing to see kids’ reactions to certain fun, extreme foods that they...

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In Montana, it is easy to spot wildlife from the road in nearly every part of the state. However, it is also too easy to encounter wildlife on the road as well. A staggering number of individuals are either killed or injured annually in car accidents that involve...

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American roads are crowded with vehicles that are numerous shapes, sizes and weights. Most often, motorcycles, trucks, buses and cars travel alongside each other in relative harmony. However, when these vehicles collide, the consequences can be catastrophic. One of...

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A newly released international study may substantially impact the way that the commercial trucking industry handles substance abuse among its workforce. The review, which was recently published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine, is informed by...

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When individuals travel by airplane, train and boat, the captain or conductor of these vessels operates them. As a result, passengers are free to rest, read, visit and engage in behaviors unrelated to the operation of the vessel transporting them to their destination....

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English author Samuel Butler once insisted that “The truest characters of ignorance are vanity and pride and arrogance.” When individuals are ignorant and arrogant with regards to a particular situation, little good is likely to come of it. Take for...

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