Category: Drunk Driving

December 31, 2009

Michigan Car Accident Attorneys Give Safety Tips That Can Save Your Life As attorneys handling auto accidents for more than 50 years, we have seen countless accidents occur at the hands of negligent drivers. While all of these cases are tragic, some of the most heartbreaking are car accidents caused by drunk drivers. These crashes …

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July 21, 2009

I’ve received a heartfelt response to my recent blog, Michigan’s Auto Accident Law Protects Drunk Drivers, Not Accident Victims, from the mother of the actual car accident victim in the Michigan Court of Appeals case Wayne Cottrill v. Craig Kenneth Senter (No. 285216). In Cottrill v. Senter, a drunk driver with a .30 blood alcohol …

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July 2, 2009

A drunk driver with a .30 blood alcohol level slams head-on into the oncoming car of an 11-year-old boy. The drunk driver walks away. The boy, Anthony, doesn’t walk away at all. Anthony isn’t able to walk again for at least another month after the car accident, due to multiple fractures to his foot, wrist, …

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March 24, 2009

If Drunk Driver is Uninsured, Grieving Families Could be Unable to Collect Damages Last week, the promising lives of four teenagers were abruptly taken when a drunk driver barreled into their car on Gratiot Ave. in Roseville. As if losing their children to an untimely, senseless death isn’t enough, the families of the four St. …

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April 30, 2008

Earlier this month, we posted “Do I Have a Good Case?”, illustrating 8 inconsistent examples of how Michigan’s car accident injury laws unfairly impact real people, with identical injuries from car accidents. All examples were based on actual cases, although one example (Gagne v. Schulte) stands out as so extreme, it has been questioned by …

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