Tort Law Blog Posts

Montana law specifically recognizes that a lawsuit may be brought for fraud. As in most states, fraud in Montana may be “either actual or constructive.”…

Nov 02, 2015

Personal injury cases are most always premised on an act of negligence on the part of one person that resulted in an injury to another.…

Oct 29, 2015

Some aspects of accidents are easy to see, like skid marks, damaged guardrail, and dented cars. Even cuts, abrasions, and some broken bones can be…

Sep 25, 2015

Pharmaceutical manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline paid over one billion dollars in 2012 in a settlement with the federal government over the sale and use an anti-nausea drug,…

Sep 19, 2015

When we first sit down with a potential new client, one of the most important topics we discuss is the date by which a lawsuit…

Aug 31, 2015

Have you ever considered whether an adult child could bring a lawsuit for the wrongful injury of his or her parent? In Montana, the answer…

Aug 24, 2015

Most personal injury lawsuits are based on a legal theory called negligence. The basic concept of a negligence lawsuit is that one person wrongfully caused…

Aug 20, 2015

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident is not something most of us really expect to have happen on any given day. Consequently, when it…

Aug 11, 2015

Governor Steve Bullock took a stand in favor of consumers when he vetoed a bill that would have weakened protections for victims of fraudulent practices…

Aug 07, 2015

Organized sports and outdoor recreational activities are very popular in Montana. Some activities can be relatively low risk in terms of the potential for injury,…

Aug 03, 2015

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