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    • What to Do After Hitting a Deer with Your Car in Montana

      According to the Great Falls Tribune article “ Oh Deer! Montana motorists involved in 17,000 animal collisions ,” national reports and statistics show that Montana is the second-leading state in the ...

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    • Empty Montana Roads Lead to More Reckless Driving

      Staying Safe from Reckless Drivers During the Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has changed countless aspects of our lives, including driving. With many local businesses, schools, and offices shut down ...

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    • Public Employers Should Protect Members of Law Enforcement by Providing Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage

      Hoyt and Blewett PLLC Calls for Public Employers to Protect Police Officers, Sherriff Deputies, Highway Patrol Troopers and other first responders by Providing Uninsured and Underinsured Auto ...

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    • Who's to Blame? Liability for Plane Crashes

      If you or someone you know has recently been harmed in an aviation accident, you may be confused or in the dark as to whose fault it is. Finding out who is responsible is critically important when ...

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    • What to Do After Hitting a Deer with Your Car in Montana

      According to the Great Falls Tribune article “ Oh Deer! Montana motorists involved in 17,000 animal collisions ,” national reports and statistics show that Montana is the second-leading state in the ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett PLLC Chosen Among “Best Law Firms” of 2021 by U.S. News — Best Lawyers®

      Hoyt & Blewett PLLC has been chosen for the 11th Edition of “ Best Law Firms ” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® in three legal practice areas! We are pleased to have made a tradition of ...

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    • Salmonella Tainted Red Onions Spark New National Lawsuit

      We Joined National Salmonella Lawyer Jory Lange to File a Lawsuit in Federal District Court in Montana on Behalf of Those Who Have Been Infected A national salmonella outbreak caused by tainted red ...

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    • Identity Theft & Credit Report Disputes in Montana

      The indictment of a Montana resident for identity theft last May has raised concerns regarding the susceptibility of other Montana residents to being targets of identity theft. According to recent ...

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    • Public Employers Should Protect Members of Law Enforcement by Providing Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage

      Hoyt and Blewett PLLC Calls for Public Employers to Protect Police Officers, Sherriff Deputies, Highway Patrol Troopers and other first responders by Providing Uninsured and Underinsured Auto ...

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    • Insurance Coverage for Meth Contamination in Montana

      Methamphetamine (or meth) is a highly addictive drug, the qualities of which make it extremely destructive to make. Because of this, cleaning up after meth use or a meth lab is not only dangerous, ...

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    • Tips on Filing Insurance Claims from Montana Accident Attorneys

      Getting into an accident can be a very traumatic event, and dealing with the insurance company is often the last thing on one’s mind should be dealing with your insurance provider. But promptly ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett PLLC Sponsors 14th Annual Blewett Kicking Camp

      Our firm is pleased to announce the success of our 14 th Annual Blewett Kicking Camp for 2019. The beautiful state of Montana, despite its small population, has produced some of the nation’s most ...

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    • HIPAA Violations in Montana

      Call (406) 233-1302 to Speak to a Health care Privacy Attorney in Great Falls At Hoyt & Blewett PLLC, we have the in-depth knowledge and decades of experience necessary to protect your rights. We are ...

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    • Types of Medical Malpractice Claims in Montana

      Medical malpractice claims in Montana are similar to personal injury claims in that there are deadlines by which an injured person needs to file a claim. Unfortunately, Medical malpractice is not ...

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    • What to Do After Hitting a Deer with Your Car in Montana

      According to the Great Falls Tribune article “ Oh Deer! Montana motorists involved in 17,000 animal collisions ,” national reports and statistics show that Montana is the second-leading state in the ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett PLLC Chosen Among “Best Law Firms” of 2021 by U.S. News — Best Lawyers®

      Hoyt & Blewett PLLC has been chosen for the 11th Edition of “ Best Law Firms ” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® in three legal practice areas! We are pleased to have made a tradition of ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett Attorneys Listed in The Best Lawyers in America©

      Hoyt & Blewett is proud to announce three of our personal injury attorneys have the esteemed honor of being listed in The Best Lawyers in America© : Attorneys Alexander (Zander) Blewett III, Joseph P. ...

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    • Workplace Injuries in the Bakken Oil Fields

      In a recent episode of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight”, ​John Oliver ​ lampooned our neighbor, North Dakota for being too hospitable – especially towards oil companies. Focusing on the ​Bakken Oil Fields,​ ...

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    • Bakken Oil Field Accidents and the Keystone Xl Extension

      With the current focus on President Barack Obama’s recent veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline , his first veto since 2010, the issue of oilfields has become a hot topic. The XL extension of the pipeline ...

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    • Bakken Oil Field Accident Attorney – the Hazards of Oil Field Work

      Economic booms from oil and gas extraction can be a mixed blessing to many residents of the Bakken Oil Field. With all the new money flowing in from the Bakken oil fields, many can forget how ...

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    • Salmonella Tainted Red Onions Spark New National Lawsuit

      We Joined National Salmonella Lawyer Jory Lange to File a Lawsuit in Federal District Court in Montana on Behalf of Those Who Have Been Infected A national salmonella outbreak caused by tainted red ...

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    • 5 Rules Montana Boaters Must Follow to Prevent Accidents

      Taking your boat or jet ski out for a ride is the perfect way to cool off when the days get hot. But, our rivers, lakes, and reservoirs don’t come with lifeguards, so it’s crucial to follow safety ...

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    • Fatal Roosevelt County Amtrak Train Crash Prompts New Concerns About Amtrak

      Raising Awareness About Deadly Train Accidents On May 29 th , 2020, an Amtrak passenger train crashed into a sprayer tractor near Bainville in Roosevelt County, Montana, leaving the tractor driver ...

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    • Exploring Product Liability in Montana

      According to the FDA website , there have been over 50 product recalls, market withdrawals, and safety alerts made by companies in May of 2016 alone. Companies in the United States are being held ...

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    • Nonconsensual Pornography Cases on the Rise Nationwide

      Fighting for Online Privacy Rights From “revenge porn” to sexual voyeurism, the rates of nonconsensual pornography have continued to increase not only in the United States, but across the world at ...

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    • Statute of Limitations for Expired Child Sexual Abuse Claims Closes on May 7

      Childhood sexual abuse is one of the most difficult traumas for anyone to process, and it can take years for victims to even realize the extent of their abuse. When you consider the fact that 90% of ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett PLLC Takes on Teenage Sex Abuse Case

      Our legal team recently took on a teenage sexual abuse case against a residential treatment program for troubled teenage girls. Reflections Academy Inc., first opened in Sanders County in 2016, and ...

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    • Common Causes of Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries

      Spending a weekend on the slopes can make for a great vacation, but just like any other recreational activity, it presents a risk of injury. An estimated 600,000 people are injured every year in ...

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    • Montana Whistleblower Qui Tam Claims

      All employees have rules and regulations they must follow in the workplace, but so do employers. If an employer engages in illegal or unlawful conduct, employees may report the behavior to the ...

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    • Public Employers Should Protect Members of Law Enforcement by Providing Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage

      Hoyt and Blewett PLLC Calls for Public Employers to Protect Police Officers, Sherriff Deputies, Highway Patrol Troopers and other first responders by Providing Uninsured and Underinsured Auto ...

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    • Are Workers’ Compensation Settlements Taxed in Montana?

      Workers compensation is designed as a safety net for workers. It allows workers who suffer a workplace injury to receive the medical care and financial support they need. It serves to protect the ...

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    • Montana Workplace Injuries Abound

      Historically, Montana has been known as a state with a very high rate of injuries in the workplace. In 2010, Montana had the most expensive workers compensation premium rates in the country. These ...

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    • Hoyt & Blewett Secures $1M Settlement for Gun Negligence Victim's Widow

      Man Charged with Homicide After Shooting Neighbor, Despite Self-Defense Claim In October 2013, Joseph Campbell fatally shot his neighbor, 53-year-old Timothy Newman, in a dispute over land access in ...

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