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Changes in No Fault Law: How They Will Affect Your Case

Covenant Medical Center v. State Farm – What Was the Ruling And What Are Some of the Effects?
Last month, the Michigan Supreme Court released the most important ruling the Court has issued on personal injury law in years. In Covenant Medical Center v. State Farm, docket no. 152758, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that medical […]

Mismanagement of Opiods in Nursing Home Leads to Death

Opioids Involved In Nursing Home Deaths
It seems every day we continue to hear of overdoses and tragic deaths from the opioid epidemic facing our nation. This drug abuse can also create a medical malpractice case when patients being provided home care or treatment at residential facilities are failing to receive the correct pain management treatment. The U.S. […]

By |June 16th, 2017|Medical Negligence, Nursing home abuse|0 Comments

Pedestrian Accidents Spike During Summer Months

Pedestrian Accidents On The Rise During Summer Months
With more discretionary travel time for vacations, festivals, road trips, summer get-togethers, and outdoor exercising, mixed with more drivers and pedestrians seen with the cell phone’s iconic hold, pedestrian accidents often see a hike in the summer months creating havoc on the roadways and lifelong personal injuries. Alarming […]

By |June 13th, 2017|Auto Accidents, Pedestrian Accident|0 Comments

Summer in Michigan: 6 Tips for Safe Boat and RV Towing

Camping and Boating Season is in Full Swing, Tow The Right Way To Avoid Accidents
The warm Michigan weather is finally here!  And as many begin to gear up for summer vacation, many Michigan residents and visitors alike will be traveling to their favorite camping spot or fishing lake with a load in tow.  Unfortunately, researchers […]

Genesee County Accident Victim Gets Settlement She Deserves

Genesee County Car Accident Lawyers – Large Settlement for Car Crash Victim Won

The car wreck attorneys at Law Offices of Lee Steinberg, P.C. are pleased to announce a large Genesee County car accident settlement resulting from a violent crash in Davison, Michigan that occurred in 2015.

Our client, a young woman who was pregnant at […]

By |June 7th, 2017|Auto Accidents, Firm News|0 Comments

Tips for Your Michigan Motorcycle Trip

FREE Guide to Prepare Your Michigan Group Motorcycle Trip
Group motorcycle riding can be a great experience in Michigan. The state boasts roadways that hug Lake Michigan shorelines and make for some of the most scenic rides in the country. A ride can quickly become tragic though when common sense, respect for other drivers, and […]

By |June 5th, 2017|Motorcycle, Tips|0 Comments

Dog Bites Still A Major Concern In Michigan

Michigan Remains Top Ten State For Dog Bite Claims
You may have recently read about the story of a 3-week-old Grand Rapids baby who died after the family dog bit her in the head. Surgery couldn’t save the infant who was left alone in the house with three pit bulls for only five minutes before a caretaker checked […]

By |June 2nd, 2017|Dog Bite|0 Comments

Household Injuries on the Rise Due to Defective Products

Hazardous Household Products Cause Hike in Reported Injury Incidences
Stericycle Recall Index analyzes data from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to aggregate and track recall data. The data is used to help manufacturers […]

What Michigan Parents Can Do to Help Their Teen Driver

How To Prepare Your Teen For Driving

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15-to-19-year-olds. With that awful statistic, it is no wonder Michigan has a graduated licensing system to help young drivers learn to identify high risk driving situations and provide enough training and time to learn how to become a responsible […]

By |May 17th, 2017|Auto Accidents|0 Comments

Texting and Driving Applies to Michigan Boat Owners Too

Michigan Boaters Shouldn’t Text and Drive
Michigan has approximately 3,288 miles of Great Lakes coastline, more than 10,000 inland lakes and ponds and a 35,000-mile web of freshwater rivers, streams, and wetlands. Rightfully so, Michigan leads the nation for registered boats being driven by plenty of people who are likely owners of smartphones and other technology […]

By |May 17th, 2017|Boat Accident|0 Comments