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  • Cyclist Dies in Montana Highway Crash
    Cyclist Dies in Montana Highway Crash

    Riding your bike can be a great way to get exercise, cut down on commute expenses, and to simply get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Unfortunately, this well-favored hobby isn’t always the safest ...

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  • New Ivy League Rule Leads to Reduced Football Concussions
    New Ivy League Rule Leads to Reduced Football Concussions

    Football players are far more likely than other groups (and even other athletes) to sustain serious concussion injuries, in part because of the physically-demanding nature of the sport. However, as ...

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  • Prevent Swimming Pool Accidents: What Parents Need to Know
    Prevent Swimming Pool Accidents: What Parents Need to Know

    Beating that summer heat can be tough, but visiting your local pool can be a great way to stay cool and have a good time. Unfortunately, swimming pools can be exceedingly dangerous for young children ...

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  • Common Conditions That Lead to Traffic Accidents
    Common Conditions That Lead to Traffic Accidents

    Certain environmental conditions have a significant impact on the likelihood that someone will experience a car accident. However, the decisions a driver makes in response to these conditions can mean ...

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  • Hoyt & Blewett Secures $1M Settlement for Gun Negligence Victim's Widow
    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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  • Hoyt & Blewett PLLC Takes on Teenage Sex Abuse Case
    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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