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Bill Extends Michigan Drunk Driving Limits

Drunk driving kills thousands of people in the U.S. every year. To combat that, in 2003 Michigan lowered the legal blood-alcohol limit. But that limit is set to run out in 2018. Now the legislature is considering a bill to extend that lower limit. Ho… Read More
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Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan Announces New No-Fault Reform Bill

Michigan auto insurance rates are a favorite topic for journalists and legislators alike. No-fault reform bills have been put forward and defeated for the last several years, often because they were seen as one-sided. Now Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, a… Read More
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Is Your Kids' School Bus Safe?

As the 2017 school year gets into full swing, parents have fallen back into the habit of escorting their children to the bus stop for school. But is that school bus safe? A recent Michigan State Police report breaks down school bus safety by the dist… Read More
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Uber Accidents and No-Fault Insurance: Know Your Options

Not a taxi driver, but not your friend, Uber drivers can raise a lot of questions when they are involved in car accidents on the job. Will you be covered? Or will you fall through a gap in the new ride-sharing industry? Know your options for no-fault… Read More
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What To Do First After an Auto Accident

You feel a jerk and suddenly you and your car aren’t where you thought you should be. You may feel pain, or maybe just shock. You’ve just been in a collision. Now what? Find out what to do first after an auto accident. While learning to d… Read More
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Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage Worth the Money?

It happens every six months to a year: you get a bill from the auto insurance company with lots of itemized fees and costs. If you are like many Michigan residents, you may be trying to find a way to get those costs down. The uninsured motorist cover… Read More
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What Bike Commuters Need to Know About No-Fault Insurance

Many Michigan residents are giving their cars a break and becoming bike commuters. But riding on busy roads during rush hour puts riders at risk of serious bicycle accidents involving motor vehicles. Find out the facts on bike commuters and no-fault… Read More
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Michigan Supreme Court Changes No-Fault Medical Provider Lawsuits

After an auto accident, you want your medical providers to be thinking about giving you the best care possible, not who is going to pay the bill. But a recent Michigan Supreme Court case is changing the way no-fault medical provider lawsuits work, an… Read More
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Permanent Disability and No-Fault Benefits

No-Fault insurance is designed to give you peace of mind that if a car crash happens you will be taken care of financially. But for how long? How does a permanent disability from a catastrophic auto accident affect your no-fault benefits? Are there o… Read More
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2016 Pedestrian Accidents: Deadliest Year in Decades

When warm weather hits, Michigan residents head outside. Whether they are walking, running, or biking, increased pedestrian and cyclist traffic can lead to fatal accidents. Preliminary reports from 2016 show that it was the deadliest year for pedestr… Read More
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