Blog Posts in September, 2014

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  • Static electricity, lack of fire-retardant clothing to blame in fatal gas field blast
    Static electricity, lack of fire-retardant clothing to blame in fatal gas field blast

    The Edwards Law Firm, with members licensed in Montana and Wyoming, is experienced with oil and gas field explosions, injuries, and burns; recently, on behalf of a burn-injured oil field worker the ...

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  • Intoxicated pilot roles in aviation accidents studied
    Intoxicated pilot roles in aviation accidents studied

    The frequency of aviation accidents in Montana or elsewhere in the United States is far less when compared to car accidents on Montana roads. When these aviation accidents do happen, however, they ...

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  • What is the discovery rule in wrongful death actions?
    What is the discovery rule in wrongful death actions?

    Montana residents may know that any civil action must be filed within a specified time period. This time period is referred to as a statute of limitation. When this period runs out, you lose the right ...

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  • Large-truck accidents can have catastrophic consequences
    Large-truck accidents can have catastrophic consequences

    A large commercial truck, such as a semi-truck or an 18-wheeler, often weighs as much as 25 times more than the weight of a typical car. Due to a combination of this huge weight disparity and the ...

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  • Car accident leaves one dead on U.S. 93 in Montana
    Car accident leaves one dead on U.S. 93 in Montana

    Montana residents are aware that, despite a relatively low population, car accidents in the state are not uncommon. In an effort to combat motor vehicle accidents, Transportation and Police ...

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