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U.S. Senate Considers Autonomous Vehicle Regulation

Would you ride in a vehicle with no driver? Fully autonomous vehicles are moving quickly through development in Michigan and other parts of the country. The U.S. Senate is now considering the first national autonomous vehicle regulation for the devel… Read More
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Insuring Your Teen Driver: What You Need to Know

Every new semester or school year means another class of student drivers will be hitting the road. Adding a teen driver can push your insurance rates through the roof. But there are good reasons why you should do it anyway. Otherwise your teenager an… Read More
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When to File an Auto Insurance Claim After a Car Accident

From fender-benders to fatal car crashes, every collision can raise questions about whether, and when to file an auto insurance claim after a car accident. Find out how your insurance policy and state statutes of limitations can affect your claim to… Read More
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Courts Can Protect Innocent Injured Motorist's No-Fault Claims, Michigan Supreme Court Says

You’re driving a friend or family member’s car when you are in a crash. You don’t have insurance, but the owner of the vehicle does, so you should be covered. But what happens when there was something wrong with the insurance applic… Read More
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Car Wash Injury Could Trigger No-Fault Benefits, Michigan Court Says

A self-serve car wash can be a slippery place. Navigating water, soap, and (in cold temperatures) ice are all natural parts of the process. But they can also create hazards that result in serious injury. Now a Michigan Court of Appeals decision says… Read More
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Parents: What to Do if Your Child was Hurt in an Auto Accident

Seeing your child injured and in pain is one of the worst experiences a parent can have. After a car crash, parents shouldn’t have to think twice about getting their children the medical care they need. They need to know what to do if their chi… Read More
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What are Allowable Expenses for No-Fault Benefits?

After a severe auto accident, medical bills are often just the beginning of your costs. Doctors’ orders for bed rest, physical therapy, or lifting restrictions can place a burden on family and friends who step up to help. Michigan’s No-Fa… Read More
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Michigan Court Protects Patients' Right to Assign No-Fault Benefits

After an auto accident, injured motorists don’t want to have to think about medical bills. Michigan’s No-Fault Act is designed to make sure insurance companies pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other covered losses. But when… Read More
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What Are Your Options After an Uninsured Motorcycle Accident?

A motorcycle accident can cause serious injury to the biker, and to the driver and passengers of other vehicles involved. Unfortunately, many motorcyclists ride without insurance coverage. That can cause problems after a crash. Find out what your opt… Read More
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Why is Auto Insurance Fraud Part of Your Car Accident Case?

After a car accident, you are likely focused on recovering from your injuries and paying the bills. Once your no-fault complaint is filed, your insurance provider may bring a variety of technicalities into the case. One popular defense right now is t… Read More
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