Commercial trucks, most of which are known as 18-wheelers, are incredibly dangerous to other vehicles on the roads of Montana. Even though these trucks transport goods to retailers, which is important for the economy, they are often involved in some of the most tragic accidents. Let's take a look at the reasons why commercial trucks can be so dangerous.
When you are involved in an accident, the stress sets in immediately. The problem becomes even more of a headache when the accident is caused by a delivery truck. Many delivery trucks are generic trucks, which means you might not know the company operating the truck just by looking at it. Let's examine the liability issues with a delivery truck crash.
Being involved in a car accident is bad enough. Add in the fact that your injuries are causing you to miss work, and the stress is daunting. What do you do? How do you pay your bills? These are two very serious, important questions that you should ask your personal injury attorney. So, what happens if you miss work due to a car accident in Belgrade?
Owning a gun comes with a lot of responsibility. It's best to receive the proper training before using a firearm or carrying it with you. There are times when a firearm accidentally discharges. If you have never experienced an accidental discharge, it can be frightening the first time it happens. Let's take a look at the most common causes of accidental firearm discharge.
Motor vehicle collisions are a leading cause of death in the United States. Montana is no exception. Despite there being fewer people per square mile in Montana than most other states, there is still a risk any time you get on the road.
Trucks of all different sizes help move the economy. When you see them all over the roads of Montana, you know that things are going well. The more there are, the more likely it is that they will be involved in an accident. Truck accidents can lead to incredibly tragic injuries and even death. The injured parties could miss out on a lot of wages, which we will discuss in today's post.