Category: Drunk Driving

March 22, 2022

If you were hit by a drunk driver in Michigan and if he or she was at-fault, then you may be able to sue for: (1) pain and suffering compensation; (2) wrongful damages if you lost a loved one; (3) medical bills and lost wages that are not covered by car insurance; and (4) mini …

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February 16, 2022

Michigan drunk driving accident statistics show that drivers with more than the legal limit of alcohol in their systems are 7 times more likely to be in a fatal crash and 6 to 17 times more likely to be killed. 30% of all fatal crashes in Michigan are alcohol-related and occur between the hours of …

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November 24, 2021

Knowing about the Michigan social host liability law will help you protect your guests, your community and your family. Preventing minors from consuming alcohol in your home is the law. Failure to do so in your own home exposes you to legal liability in the event that tragedy strikes. Under Michigan law, if a social …

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August 31, 2018

Here’s how to make Labor Day weekend trips safe: No distracted driving; no drowsy, drunk or impaired driving; no speeding; always wear seat belts & helmets

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July 4, 2018

The only “bang” you should hear on Independence Day is from the fireworks: To ensure safe 4th of July trips, drive sober and without distractions

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November 22, 2017

The number of drunk driving car accidents spikes on Thanksgiving Eve. How to stay safe on and after ‘Blackout Wednesday’

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June 8, 2017

A new study shows driving errors doubled (!) when driving dehydrated. This includes reduced concentration and alertness and judgment

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December 14, 2015

Our Michigan Auto Law attorneys set the record straight, with a reminder to drive safe and smart this holiday season Who’s the most dangerous on the road? The texting driver? The drunk driver? The driver who’s high on pot? Or the drowsy driver? Sure, everyone now knows about drunk driving, but it took decades for …

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July 16, 2015

Michigan Supreme Court releases study showing drunk driving recidivism is ‘cut in half’ Ignition interlock systems are not just for punishing drunk drivers after they’ve been caught. They actually reduce drunk driving! That’s the conclusion of a new report released by the Michigan Supreme Court, “Michigan DWI/Sobriety Court Ignition Interlock Evaluation 2015 report.” With its …

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