“I was in a car accident while on vacation. What do I do now?” While it’s not something most of us want to think about, tourist car accidents in Montana are common. Each year, thousands of people come to Montana to visit. They travel into Yellowstone, fish the iconic Madison and Gallatin Rivers, or drive.
If you’ve been in a car accident, you may be eligible to claim damages. While claims for medical expenses are the best-known form of car accident damages, you can also claim lost wages, decreased employment opportunities, pain and suffering, and more. In this article, we’ll discuss the most common types of car accident damages you.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), elder abuse in Montana is: “an intentional act or failure to act by a caregiver or another person in a relationship involving an expectation of trust that causes or creates a risk of harm to an older adult (defined as someone age 60 or older).”.
Nobody wants to experience an auto accident. Unfortunately, that’s precisely what happens to thousands of people each year. Some victims of MT auto accidents live and work in the Big Sky State. Others come to visit Yellowstone or Glacier National Park. When a car accident interrupts plans, though, it’s challenging to know where to turn..
Premises Liability Considerations for Montanans Injured by Slip and Fall The premises owner has a duty of ordinary care to keep its premises reasonably safe for all persons who foreseeably might come upon them. Moreover, the owner’s duty to use ordinary care applies to any activity or condition on the premises even if the danger.