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  • Workers Compensation Injuries that Increase in the Winter

    Wednesday, February 14th, 2018

    Workers Compensation Injuries that Increase in the Winter Workers compensation injury claims are many like personal injuries in the fact that the type of injuries changes with the seasons to some degree. While many summertime injuries are related to hot working conditions, wintertime job responsibilities can produce specific types of injuries as well, especially when […]

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  • Winter Car Emergency Kit: Be Prepared

    Wednesday, February 7th, 2018

    Winter Car Emergency Kit: Be Prepared Snowy weather can cause you to get stranded in your vehicle. The thought of being stuck in your vehicle can be scary. Fortunately, if you know what to do ahead of time, then it will be easier for you to prepare for an emergency. You need to put together […]

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  • Montana Winter Driving Tips

    Friday, January 5th, 2018

    Five Essential Montana Winter Driving Tips At Bulman Law Associates in Missoula, Mont., we want you to drive safely in the winter. Most of this state is sparsely populated, and when you are traveling, it is often on a country road or busy highway. Use these winter driving tips in Montana to prevent an accident […]

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  • Slip and Fall while Christmas Shopping? What are your Rights?

    Friday, December 22nd, 2017

    You Slipped and Fell While Christmas Shopping? What are Your Rights? The owners of a mall or any business inside of that mall have a duty to take precautions to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condition. If an individual or entity breaches that duty and fails to remove accumulations of water or other […]

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  • Advanced Car Consoles–Are They Aides or Distractions?

    Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

    Advanced Car Consoles–Are They Aides or Distractions? Some drivers might wonder whether they need to be an electrical or computer engineer to go to the grocery store. Advanced car consoles are intended to assist drivers with a wide variety of tasks, but what can come to issue is whether they increasingly distract drivers from their […]

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  • Montana Workers’ Compensation Settlements – Are they taxed?

    Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

    Montana Workers’ Compensation Settlements – Are they taxed? A workers compensation settlement provides financial relief during one of the most trying times in your life. As beneficial as this lump sum of money is, you may wonder if the state of Montana will require you to pay taxes on it. In most instances, injured workers […]

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  • Motorcycle Helmet Laws In Montana

    Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

    Why Helmets are Important One of the most important things that you can do to protect yourself while riding a motorcycle is to wear a helmet. You will greatly reduce your risk of a head injury by wearing a helmet. It is estimated that 70 percent of motorcycle accident fatalities are caused by head injuries. […]

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  • Knee Sprains: One of the most Common Injuries in Montana

    Wednesday, November 29th, 2017

    Knee injuries and sprains in auto accidents are quite common in Montana. Typically, the victims suffer long-term disabilities. It is helpful to consult a Montana personal injury lawyer when a car accident causes the damages below: • Sprains and strains: Auto accidents can result in the twisting of the knee or damage to the soft tissue, tendons, cartilages, ligaments […]

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  • Missoula Distractions and Cell Phone Laws

    Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

    In 2016, the Missoula City Council passed a law that banned all cell phone use while driving. There was already a law that banned texting and talking while driving. The law that was recently passed now forbid all cell phone use. However, you can still use hands-free devices while you are driving. The city council […]

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  • 5 Common Factors in Truck Accidents

    Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

    There are government regulations that have been passed to ensure truck drivers keep themselves and everyone else on the road safe. However, truck accidents are still a common occurrence. There are a number of factors that play a role in truck accidents. Overloaded Trailers The Department of Transportation has put an 80,000-pound weight limit on […]

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  • What to Do with Your Phone When You’re in a Car Accident

    Thursday, October 26th, 2017

    Your cell phone is one of the best tools that you have for protecting yourself in the aftermath of an automobile accident. Your first call after a wreck should be to 911. Emergency services will dispatch the helpers that you need to treat injuries and to clear away cars and debris. However, when the police […]

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  • The Role Social Media plays in an Accident

    Thursday, October 19th, 2017

    Social media has invaded every aspect of our lives, from helping us stay in touch with family and friends to advancing our careers through networking and new opportunities. While social media can be a remarkable tool, it’s also proving to be a danger to life on the roads. A look at recent traffic accident trends […]

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  • How Montana Wildlife Affects the Roadway

    Thursday, October 12th, 2017

      Navigating the roadways in Montana can be challenging. Drivers must share the streets with cyclists, pedestrians, and wildlife. Collisions with wildlife are common in the fall, but a collision can happen any time of year. Staying Safe on the Roadways Wild animals can leave the woods and stray onto highways. When animals are frightened […]

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  • Teenage Driver Safety Tips

    Thursday, October 5th, 2017

    Montana has one of the worst records for teen drivers and this disturbing trend is something that affects everyone. As we look to the causes, it becomes necessary to remind our area teen drivers of the importance of roadway safety. An accident can happen at any second and can have repercussions that last a lifetime. […]

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