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Beware of delayed injury symptoms

If you were involved in a car accident, you may not have sustained a noticeably severe injury. You may not feel any pain or immobilization at the time of your crash. But don't let that fool you. Even if you feel fine after a crash, it's dangerous to assume that you didn't sustain an injury....

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Will drunk driving increase in Montana this summer?

AAA has dubbed the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekend the "100 Deadliest Days" for a reason. More fatal crashes involving drunk drivers tend to happen during the summer months. The Montana Highway Patrol reports that the overall number of crashes from June 1-16 fell by 11.29 percent in comparison to the same...

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How bad is distracted driving in Montana?

Distracted driving can be any activity that distracts someone from the task of driving. It can include talking or texting on a phone, eating and drinking, talking to people in your car, adjusting a radio or programming GPS navigation. Distracted driving can result in collisions, injuries and death, in addition to traffic violation citations. Distracted...

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What costs are part of a car accident claim?

Car accidents happen to almost everyone, even the safest and most responsible drivers. A single crash can be a devastating and traumatic experience. The aftermath can be worse in many cases and result in a heap of medical expenses and other costs. In many cases, these costs come as a shock. Without an experienced car...

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Spring daylight savings may lead to more crashes

It's days away until Montana residents set their clocks ahead one hour. On March 8, 2020, our evenings will be a little brighter as we thaw from the cold, dark winter. The one-hour spring forward has its consequences, however. Research shows that it messes with our circadian rhythms (the body's natural clock) by causing us...

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Distracted Driving, a Common Danger to Montana Drivers

In recent years, distracted driving has grown to a proportion never seen before. Whether you’re traveling Interstate 90 or within the city limits of Billings, there is likely a distracted driver somewhere within your proximity. The urge to pick up a phone, tamper with infotainment settings, and multitask while driving has become such a cultural...

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