Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Article Library

You’ve been involved in an accident on the road or on the job. You’ve suffered a serious injury. Now what? It’s likely you have a lot of questions, and you aren’t sure where to find the answers you need. Browse our collection of articles to stay informed about a wide variety of topics related to injury law and your rights in Montana.
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  • Nothing Good Happens After Midnight Having a teen driver opens the door to staying out late, something that should be a concern for any parent.
  • Respecting Authority What on earth has happened to middle school parents in the past 20 years? I do not know if it is the increased pressure from travel teams or the real possibility that their kid will be cut but what used to be fun junior high games turned really ugly.
  • Is a College Degree the New High School Diploma? Preparing ahead for this expense and understanding the consequences of your decisions is the key to making good decisions.
  • From Pac-Man to Fortnight If your teenager cannot get enough of a video game and becomes irritable and miserable if it is taken away, he or she may be more than just a little cranky. Video game addiction is very real.
  • Raising Kids in Gun Country Although we have made the decision not to have a firearm in our home, we are keenly aware of the need to educate our two Montana boys about firearms.
  • We are the Culmination of Our Habits In the U.S., the percentage of children and adolescents affected by obesity has more than tripled since the 1970s. However, this alarming statistic should come as little surprise given our own difficulty with the battle of the bulge.
  • The Most Dangerous Thing Your Kid Will Do My wife Heather and I have both ridden in the passenger seat as our teen drivers took the controls. Who needs “Jesus to Take the Wheel” when Andrew and Chandler can cause us to see our lives flash before our eyes.
  • No Phones Until You Are 16! We saw from the beginning that cellular phones would be a very big distraction. We also saw that regulating the amount of technology our boys were going to consume would be a challenge.