Montana Accident and Injury Laws
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Accidents and injuries are an unfortunate reality in most people's lives, whether it's a skinned knee from falling off a bike or a serious concussion caused by a car accident. In any event, you may be able to make claims for injuries that are caused by the negligence of others. Welcome to FindLaw's section covering the accident and injury laws of Montana. Here you will find information about what to do after a car accident, limits on pain and suffering claims, and the timeline for a car accident settlement. In addition, this section includes articles on workers' compensation laws, state regulations for handling asbestos, a summary of Montana's civil statute of limitations, and more.
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