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September 2015 Archives

Two killed and two injured in Montana when car crosses centerline

While driving on Montana roads during the daytime certainly has its challenges, driving at night and in the early morning hours can prove hazardous. During overnight hours, far too many of the drivers on the road are fatigued or even impaired. And even alert drivers, can find themselves in sudden danger. If this happens, avoiding a car accident may be impossible.

Truck accidents can produce a variety of damages

If you are ever involved in a truck accident, you will likely be quite shaken by the experience. After all, a big rig truck can do a great deal of damage to a passenger vehicle. You and any other occupants of your car could suffer extremely serious injuries. In the immediate aftermath of an accident, you may not be focused on pursuing compensation. This is perfectly understandable, but you will likely need recompense to cover medical and other expenses.

Anesthesiologists must be well informed about child patients

Having to undergo surgery is often very daunting for adults, but the experience can be even more trying for children. Fortunately, there are a variety of steps that medical professionals can take to help minimize a patient's discomfort. The application of anesthesia is a common and very important part of the modern surgical process. While the use of anesthesia is generally considered safe, anesthesiologists should always take proper precautions. It is often appropriate for younger patients to be monitored very closely.

Search on for driver allegedly responsible for motorcycle crash

It has been reported that the Montana Highway Patrol is still searching for the driver of a pickup truck that allegedly struck a motorcycle in late July. As a result of the collision, a passenger on the motorcycle broke several ribs, while her fiancé, who was driving the motorcycle, escaped with minor injuries.