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Michigan Auto Law Blog

August 12, 2022

People in Michigan who have been injured in car accidents frequently suffer serious injuries. The most common include: (1) traumatic brain injury; (2) spinal cord injury; (3) injuries to the neck and back; and (4) catastrophic injuries. What is considered a serious injury in a car accident? A serious injury in a car accident is …

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August 9, 2022

When you or a loved one has been injured in a rental car accident in Michigan, you may be able to sue both the rental car driver and the rental car company for compensation, economic damages and vehicle damage repair costs. The rental company’s liability will depend on whether it owns the vehicle and the …

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August 5, 2022

The recent fatal bicycle accident in Ionia Township where an SUV drove into 5 bicyclists who were participating in the Wish-a-Mile Bicycle Tour highlights the urgent need for greater protection for bicyclists. In 2021, fatal bike accidents in Michigan were up 38% from 2019. The Wish-a-Mile bicyclists – two of whom were killed and three …

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August 2, 2022

The three biggest factors on why your Michigan car accident settlement is taking so long include: (1) the extent and seriousness of your injuries; (2) the track record and reputation of your attorney; (3) the at-fault driver’s auto insurance company and insurance policy limits. The reality is that a settlement does not have to take …

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July 28, 2022

You may be able to sue if a police car causes an accident. Under Michigan’s auto law you will first need to prove: (1) an exception to governmental immunity applies; (2) the city and/or the police officer were negligent in operating the police car; and (3) your injuries caused you to suffer a serious impairment …

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July 26, 2022

#SafeDriveSummer is our campaign to inspire Michigan drivers to make a pledge to drive safely this summer. The 100 Deadliest Days of Summer, between Memorial Day and Labor Day, account for more than 30% of all fatal motor vehicle crashes in Michigan for the entire year. If we educate and work together, we can save …

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July 19, 2022

Michigan traffic fatalities have increased 15% over the past 3 years, even though total car accidents dropped 10% over the same period. This jump in car accident-related deaths comes primarily from an increase in crashes involving drunk driving, drugged driving, speeding and auto accidents involving pedestrians, bicyclists and motorcyclists. This increase in fatalities but decrease …

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July 14, 2022

If you were injured in a car accident with a student driver in Michigan and they were at-fault, you may be able to sue the student driver, the driving instructor, the driving school and the owner of the student driver’s motor vehicle for pain and suffering compensation and vehicle damage repair costs. You may also …

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July 11, 2022

Specialized experience in car, truck and motorcycle accident cases, a record of success that includes more million dollar auto accident verdicts and settlements than any personal injury lawyer or law firm in Michigan, and a deep commitment to treating clients with compassion, care and respect is what you can expect from a personal injury lawyer …

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