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Michigan Auto Law Blog

August 24, 2020

Michigan is both a No-Fault insurance state and a tort threshold state, meaning Michigan has a crash injury threshold and special rules that apply to suing someone after a car accident. These unique requirements apply to filing a lawsuit against the at-fault driver who causes a crash for pain and suffering compensation, lost wages, medical …

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August 19, 2020

A hematoma after a car accident can be more than just a bruise. It can be a sign of a dangerous head injury that causes death or permanent brain damage.

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August 17, 2020

You can’t sue for a car accident if you were not at-fault driving your own vehicle without insurance but you can be sued if you caused injury to someone.

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August 12, 2020

TMJ after a car accident is a common injury that can cause pain, headaches, and functional limitations, including the ability to open and close one’s mouth.

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August 10, 2020

Having umbrella policy coverage with your auto insurance helps protect your personal assets from being taken if you cause a serious injury in a crash.

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Our car accident lawyers provide their Top 10 most dangerous Michigan roundabouts, based on Michigan State Police data for auto accidents in 2019.

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August 6, 2020

To get a police report for a car accident that you were involved in, you can request a copy of the UD-10 Traffic Crash Report from the Michigan State Police or from the local department that investigated the crash. You will need the date and incident number. You will also likely have to pay a …

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August 4, 2020

A knee injury from a car accident can be caused when a person’s knee strikes the dashboard, steering column or other object within the vehicle.

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July 30, 2020

The Michigan parking lot accident laws protect drivers, pedestrians and vehicle owners when they are injured and/or their vehicles are damaged in a crash.

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