Category: Car Accidents

January 13, 2021

If you are filing a lawsuit after a car accident in Michigan, there are 3 types of cases you may have. You may be able to file a claim for your injuries and pain and suffering, which is known as a tort or a third-party case. Other cases include a first-party case for No-Fault benefits …

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January 8, 2021

There are two types of compensation for death in a car accident in Michigan. First, the deceased’s dependents may recover survivor’s loss benefits under Michigan’s auto No-Fault insurance law. Second, the deceased’s family may recover wrongful death damages and payment from the at-fault driver. Survivor’s loss compensation for death in a car accident in Michigan …

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December 22, 2020

Automobile crash victims should avoid posting on social media after a car accident. Insurance companies, defense lawyers and adjusters regularly check your accounts, hoping to find a photo, video or post to argue you aren’t as hurt as you claim, or to use as a basis to deny benefits and compensation you are legally entitled …

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December 10, 2020

Seat belt syndrome describes the situation when a car accident victim has seat belt marks on his or her abdomen and chest and is found to have suffered injuries in those areas as a result of his or her safety belt being activated during a car crash. Injuries may include internal organ damage and spine …

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December 8, 2020

Car accident trauma is a real and serious condition. It most often takes the form of a TBI, PTSD, mental trauma, emotional distress, or an adjustment disorder. It can interfere with an individual’s medical recovery, ability to return to work, engage in activities of daily living, and in severe cases, to productively resume their pre-automobile …

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November 30, 2020

If you have been injured in a car accident while on active duty in Michigan, you may be legally entitled to No-Fault benefits to pay for medical expenses and lost wages. Wage loss can include military compensation economic losses including base pay, special pay, non-taxable allowances, and retired pay. You may also be able to …

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November 23, 2020

A tire blowout accident is always dangerous and deadly. While poorly maintained trucks are the leading cause of deadly tire blowouts, passenger cars with under-inflated and worn tires are also major causes, as are tire defects, potholes, and overloaded vehicles. Most of these crashes are preventable. What is a tire blowout accident? A tire blowout …

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November 4, 2020

It still surprises me how often this happens: someone hits a parked car in Michigan, and then just drives off without leaving a note or any contact information. Unfortunately, it raises the question of what exactly you should do if this scenario occurs. What our attorneys tell people is that it is very important to …

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October 29, 2020

Knowing what to do after a car accident when it’s not your fault is important. Seek medical attention right away and make sure to document all of your injuries and where you feel pain. File a police report. Contact your insurance company and file an Application for Benefits. Talk with an experienced car accident lawyer. …

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