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Michigan Auto Law Blog

October 20, 2021

Michigan’s comparative negligence law reduces a car crash victim’s pain and suffering compensation and economic damages by the amount that the victim was at fault. If the victim is found 10% at fault for an auto accident and is awarded $1 million in damages, comparative fault reduces this recovery by $100,000 (10% of $1M). However, …

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October 15, 2021

National teen driver safety week, which runs from October 17th to the 23rd, is the perfect time to emphasize teaching teens about the dangerous behaviors that put young drivers at risk, such as distracted driving, speeding, drunk driving and not wearing seat belts.  National teen driver safety week is something we all need to take …

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October 5, 2021

The Michigan pedestrian car accident statistics show that October is the most dangerous month for people traveling by foot with the highest number of injuries and deaths. From 2016 to 2020, the month of October had the highest overall number of pedestrian-involved automobile crashes, injury crashes and fatal crashes.  We want everyone to be aware …

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October 1, 2021

Generally, you can pass a school bus in Michigan if it is in motion or its red lights are not flashing. However, if it has stopped and its red lights are flashing, then you must stop and wait until it resumes motion and turns off its lights. Unlawfully driving around one will result in fines, …

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September 30, 2021

A police officer can tell whether you have a valid Michigan No-Fault auto insurance policy on the car you are driving by running your license plate number through the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) database, which law enforcement can access using an in-car computer in their vehicles. This is an important tool for law enforcement …

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September 15, 2021

If you have been injured in a car accident, you can sue both the at-fault driver and titled owner of the vehicle that struck you. In many cases, the driver and owner will be the same person. However, when they are not, both can be held legally responsible for your car accident. Sue the driver …

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September 13, 2021

9 Michigan Auto Law attorneys have been named Michigan Super Lawyers in 2021, 4 have been voted as Best Lawyers in America for 2022 and 2 are listed among the ‘Ones To Watch’ At Michigan Auto law, there are certain things we can say that no other auto accident lawyer or law firm can say: Michigan …

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September 10, 2021

If you have been injured in a car accident, your lawyer will need to show that you have suffered a serious impairment of body function in order for you to recover pain and suffering compensation from the at-fault driver under Michigan’s auto law. In order to prevail in an auto negligence lawsuit on your claim …

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September 2, 2021

In Michigan, if you are driving your own motorcycle when you are injured in a motorcycle accident without insurance and the crash involved a car or truck, you will be denied No-Fault PIP benefits to cover your medical expenses and lost wages. You may also receive a fine and be sent to jail for up …

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