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Michigan Auto Law Blog

September 29, 2022

In Michigan, the pedestrian accident statistics for 2021 show that pedestrian deaths were the highest in 10 years. Also, October is the most dangerous month for pedestrians and 6pm-7pm is the most dangerous time of day for a pedestrian to be hit by a car. A pedestrian who does not cross at an intersection continues …

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September 27, 2022

When you lose a loved one due to another person’s wrongful act or negligence, you may be able to file a Michigan wrongful death lawsuit against that person. This allows family members to recover pain and suffering compensation and damages for loss of their loved one’s companionship and financial support. What is a wrongful death …

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September 23, 2022

It is getting to be that time when our clients, family and friends start asking about the Michigan Supreme Court candidates and judges for 2022 and who they should be voting for on the November election ballot. Everyone wants to make the best choice for the justices who will be on the ballot, but unless …

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September 21, 2022

The Michigan teen driving laws are based on graduated licensing to eventually obtain a full driver’s license without driving restrictions. Most teenagers begin with driving restrictions, a temporary driving instruction permit, and a driving examination. The purpose behind the Michigan teen driving laws are to impose a series of graduated restrictions aimed at keeping young …

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September 13, 2022

A pedestrian who has been hit by a car in Michigan may be able to sue the at-fault driver who caused the accident for pain and suffering compensation. The injured victim may also be able to recover auto No-Fault insurance benefits to pay for medical bills and lost wages if he or she is disabled …

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September 7, 2022

Many factors will affect a Michigan motorcycle accident settlement. Key settlement amount drivers include the nature and seriousness of injuries, past treatment and future medical needs, how your injuries have affected your life, and the at-fault driver’s liability policy limits. You can be certain that a fair settlement will often be far more than what …

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August 31, 2022

The Michigan school bus traffic laws prohibit drivers from passing a school bus that is stopped and has its red lights flashing. Drivers must stop at least 20 feet away and cannot resume driving until the bus lights are turned off or the bus begins moving. Stop-arm cameras record drivers who unlawfully pass. Penalties range …

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August 25, 2022

The Andary v. USAA Michigan Court of Appeals ruling holds that the No-Fault fee schedule and attendant care limitations that were added to the No-Fault law in 2019 do not apply retroactively to car accident victims who were injured before the new laws’ effective date, June 11, 2019. Specifically, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruling …

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August 23, 2022

Michigan school zone speed limit laws require drivers to reduce their speed by as much as 20 mph when they are near a school either in the morning when school starts or in the afternoon after school lets out. Speeders will face a fine and points on their license and possible criminal penalties if they …

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