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October 2015 Archives

The link between brain injuries and anxiety

Victims of brain injuries in Montana may exhibit obvious signs of trauma, such as memory loss and confusion. However, there are some less noticeable issues someone may develop as a result of the injury. Loved ones who do not know what to look for could miss the signs that the victim needs help.

Parents of young children, beware of toys containing balloons

The attorneys at Cok Kinzler PLLP are concerned about the safety of our clients and others in Montana. Now that the holiday season is almost here, it’s time once again to think about safety in terms of toys and other children’s products. Thousands of children’s products come out on the market every year and most are tested for safety standards, but many fall through the cracks. You might not know you have an unsafe toy in your home that can cause injury or death.

Halloween: the most dangerous time of year for child pedestrians

There has been an increase in pedestrian fatalities in Montana in recent years. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 24 pedestrians were killed in Montana in 2013. This number represents a significant jump in pedestrian deaths in the state over the past several years. At Cok Kinzler PLLP, we understand the severity of accident-related injuries that people face when walking or biking near traffic.

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