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Month: April 2014

As many Montana readers of this blog are aware, General Motors has recalled approximately 2.6 million vehicles due to a potentially fatal ignition switch defect. Many of the owners of these vehicles have already begun to have the problem corrected for free at a GM...

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Do you think it's fair to charge a bartender for a drunk-driving accident that took place outside of the facility? According to this news report from April 16, Montana authorities must believe it is. In this case, the authorities are looking into the story of a...

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In October of 2004, a young girl lost an arm in a farming accident involving a borrowed piece of farm equipment called a post-hole digger. The owner had modified it by removing its safety shield. The girl's coat pocket got caught on a bolt protruding from the tool,...

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What could be worse for any Montana driver than finding out his or her car has a dangerous defect? Knowing that the manufacturer was aware of the defect and kept it under wraps. This is what Congress has been drilling General Motor's new chief executive officer, Mary...

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In 2011, a woman from Georgia discovered that her estranged husband had shot and killed their 6-year-old daughter before turning the gun on himself in the family's North Carolina home. The woman attempted to recover the funds her deceased husband had in a trust...

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