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How Does Michigan No Fault Insurance Work if My Accident Was in Another State?

No-fault insurance is required to operate a motor vehicle in Michigan, so most people carry a policy, but what happens if you are visiting another state and get in a car accident there? Will your policy still cover the accident? All states have to ha… Read More
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14 Tips for Avoiding Michigan Winter Whiteout Accidents

Getting caught in a blinding snow storm while driving can be a nerve-wracking experience. Heavy snowfall and high winds can drop visibility to near zero even during the daytime. During a Michigan winter whiteout, accidents often occur because condi… Read More
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Wallace Appeal Boosts Rights of Injury Victims in Third-Party Car Accident Lawsuits

Earlier this year a Michigan appellate court ruled on the case of a man who suffered a collapsed lung and fractured ribs in a car accident. The court’s ruling in this car accident lawsuit helped protect the rights of auto accident injury victims th… Read More
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Wrongful Death in Fatal Drunk Driving Accidents

Unfortunately, when a person crashes while driving drunk, it’s rarely only the driver who suffers the cost. According to the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than a third of all people killed in fatal drunk dr… Read More
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Personal Injury Attorneys in Michigan Should Seek All Tests & Treatments to Verify & Document Clients' Injuries

One of the many advantages auto accident injury victims have when they’re represented by a personal injury lawyer is that they have an advocate with legal clout to ensure they get the medical testing and treatment necessary. Experienced  personal… Read More
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Closed-head Exception Benefits Auto Accident Victims Suffering from Traumatic Brain Injuries

Many victims of traumatic brain injuries due to Michigan automobile accidents worry about whether their injuries and impairments will qualify for third-party lawsuits under the state’s threshold injury requirements. The question of particular conce… Read More
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Sleeping Behind the Wheel

You’ve heard plenty about the dangers of drinking and driving or texting and driving in the media. These dangers are well documented and public awareness campaigns to decrease them are abundant. But one of the biggest dangers on the road has receiv… Read More
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Distracted Driving: A Serious Concern — More than Just Cell Phones to Blame

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and the U.S. Department of Transportation, over 3,000 people were killed and another 387,000 people were injured in crashes involving a distracted driver in 2011. While nearly thr… Read More
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Bad “Credit Score” Means Michigan Auto Insurance Companies Pay More for Insured’s Medical Services

One of the many issues being debated in regards to potential reform of Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws is the claim by Michigan auto insurance companies that they are forced to pay more for the same medical services than health insurance compani… Read More
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Hit-and-Run Accident Injuries — Michigan No-Fault Benefits and Uninsured Motorist Claims Still Apply

Many people mistakenly believe that victims suffering from hit-and-run accident injuries are stuck paying their own medical bills and have no recourse for the income they’ve lost during recovery or for the permanent changes to their lives, such a… Read More
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