Click: These Links Take You to Legal Resources Regarding Idaho Laws
Mr. Morton believes in providing clients and website visitors with access to as much information as possible. If you cannot find the answer to a specific question on this website, perhaps these links will lead you to helpful information. Click on the linked pages to learn more about workers’ compensation in Idaho, medical malpractice in Ada County, or Boise personal injury matters.
- AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety:
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety funds research to address highway safety issues. The organization seeks to identify traffic safety problems, foster research, and provide educational materials to drivers. Areas of special concern include teen and senior drivers, distracted driving, and driver education.
- Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration:
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration—a part of the U.S. Transportation Department—works to prevent commercial motor vehicle-related fatalities and injuries. Find information about the rules and regulations that govern this industry as well as statistics and reports on studies and other research.
- Idaho Division of Motor Vehicles:
The Division of Motor Vehicles offers information about vehicle registration and driver’s licenses. Many services are available online.
- Idaho Transportation Department:
The Idaho Transportation Department provides safe and reliable transportation systems for the state. Review this website to find information about traffic conditions and highway maintenance schedules.
- Idaho Industrial Commission:
The Idaho Industrial Commission is the state agency responsible for regulating workers’ compensation activities in Idaho. Injured workers can review laws and rules as well as find required forms on this website
- United States Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration:
OSHA is the federal agency charged with assuring safe and healthful working conditions for United States workers. Find information about workplace accidents and workplace safety issues on OSHA’s website.
- Center for Justice and Democracy: Medical Malpractice:
This page compiles a number of publications, policy papers, and essays about medical malpractice from or of interest to members of the Center for Justice and Democracy at New York Law School. All the work here is very illuminating about malpractice lawsuits in state courts or multi-state class action litigation over defective medical products or devices.
- Medical Liability Reform: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly:
The Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) looks at the recent tort reform movement and how it has altered the landscape for medical malpractice claims.