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February 2014 Archives

Vehicle collision in Montana results in fatality

It’s no secret that being involved in a car accident can be a frightening experience. In addition to physical injuries, a car accident can also lead to psychological trauma for the survivors and unequivocal loss to the families whose loved ones die in such an unexpected and untimely manner.

New safety light kit may prevent motorcycle accidents

Montana motorcyclists are often hit and injured because other drivers fail to check their side and rearview mirrors, and to carefully consider blind spots. With that in mind, extra precaution is vital for motorcyclists due to the lack of protection surrounding them. Clearly, when motorcycle accidents happen, they can lead to serious injuries.

Driver sues auto insurance company for not covering damages

Car accidents can be traumatizing, and long after the initial shock, can prove to be a great hassle. When the accident involves an uninsured driver, it can prove to be an even greater hassle. Often, auto insurance companies intentionally make it difficult for people involved in an accident with an uninsured driver to get compensation for the resulting damages. When this is the case, you may learn from the man who is suing his auto insurer for denying coverage of damages caused by an alleged hit-and-run accident.

Trucker claims innocence in pedestrian death near Big Timber

It is a tragedy when a truck accident is fatal. It is even more of a tragedy when the truck driver that causes the accident commits a hit-and-run. Loved ones of the victim may think that the truck driver may never be found. That was not the case, however, for the truck driver accused of running over and killing a male pedestrian and then leaving the scene on Interstate 90, near Big Timber, last fall. The truck driver has recently been caught and pleaded not guilty to the accident.