Each year, thousands of people around the country sustain injuries in accidents that are not their fault. Perhaps they were walking through a park when a stranger’s dog attacked. Maybe they were involved in a car accident caused by a drunk or distracted driver. These situations are unfortunate and, frequently for the injured party, expensive..
For years, there’s been a pattern in government. If federal inspectors find nursing homes with critical safety, sanitation, or health problems, they keep the name under wraps. The times have changed, though. According to a recent U.S. Senate report, there are six Montana nursing care facilities known to “underperform.” The Senate report outlines the nationwide.
Picture this: you throw a dinner party one chilly December night, just before the holidays. As your guests are leaving, one of them slips and falls in your entryway. The person is okay, but they require medical attention. Who pays for it? Is it now a personal injury case? Will the injured party sue? Are.
“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.
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).”.