Source Publication Abbreviation
This article begins by noting that the 1997 anti-stacking statute is the number one problem faced by plaintiff's' counsel in Montana in attempting to secure adequate compensation for clients' injuries arising out of the operation of automobiles. The article charges that the brutal economics of the 1997 anti-stacking statute, which prohibits consumers from obtaining the benefit of multiple coverages for which they paid while allowing insurers a windfall by permitting them to collect multiple and ever increasing premiums for no coverage, has compelled attorneys to attack the statute.
The article presents a status report of a compendium of "stacking" cases that have been reported as being filed and briefed and were submitted to the author by members of MTLA. The article sets out a synopsis of arguments that have been developed in these cases.
The Case against Montana's Anti-Stacking Statute
Tr. Trends 31
Available at: https://scholarship.law.umt.edu/faculty_barjournals/20