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Detroit Leads Large Cities in Pedestrian Car Accident Deaths

In February of 2019, The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) released a preliminary report addressing the several causes for the increase in pedestrian fatalities nationwide. The report shows the number of pedestrians killed in motor vehicle crashes in 2018 was 6,227, the largest increase in more than three decades. Many factors contributed to the rise [...]

Court of Appeals Rules for Plaintiff in Multiple Michigan Car Accident Pain and Suffering Cases

Michigan Pain and Suffering Accident Cases Examined Over the past few months, the Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled on a number of cases involving pain and suffering claims resulting from a Michigan car crash. Under Michigan law, so long as another driver is at least 50% at fault for causing an accident, the plaintiff [...]

Common Pileup Accident Injuries

Injuries to Watch Out for After Being Involved in a Pileup Accident Jayden, one of the most dangerous winter storms to move across the Midwest in more than a decade, was the cause of a handful of multi-vehicle crashes, spin-outs, and pileups due to its accompanying weather-related road hazards. The accidents left many Michigan drivers [...]

By |2019-02-25T16:47:39+00:00February 23rd, 2019|Auto Accidents, Detroit, Kalamazoo, Personal Injury|0 Comments

Police Cars Stopping to Help Motorists Hit in Two Separate Incidents

Michigan State Police Vehicles Hit While Responding to Winter Accidents According to recent MSP Metro Detroit accident reports, two Michigan State Police (MSP) trooper vehicles were hit after responding to an evening accident on southbound I-75 at Crooks Road in Troy and a separate incident on southbound M-10 at Meyers in Detroit. In Troy, the trooper [...]

By |2019-02-19T01:05:32+00:00February 15th, 2019|Auto Accidents, Detroit, Michigan News, Tips, Troy|0 Comments

The 10 Most Traveled Michigan Bridges That Require Repairs

10 Deficient Bridges in Michigan That May Increase Your Accident Risk In early 2019, the historic Mackinac Bridge was closed due to a multi-car crash that included large SUVs, campers, cars, vehicles pulling boats, and semi-trucks. The Luce County Sheriff’s Department says winter weather conditions were to blame. While Michigan’s seasonal patterns can create its [...]

By |2019-02-19T01:05:23+00:00February 11th, 2019|Dearborn, Detroit, Kalamazoo|0 Comments

Michigan Pedestrian Car Accident Deaths On the Rise

Pedestrian Accidents in Michigan As we all know, pedestrians face dangerous conditions walking along Michigan roadways. Whether its avoiding deteriorating sidewalks and walkways, speeding cars or distracted drivers, walking across busy streets and avenues is not easy. According to a recent Detroit Free Press article, the problem is getting worse than ever, with a record [...]

What Do I Have To Prove In My Detroit Car Accident Injury Case?

Detroit Pain and Suffering Injury Cases Getting compensation following a car accident is not easy. Contrary to what people are told or mistakenly think, just because you are involved in a Michigan car wreck does not mean you get money. There are a number of elements one must prove before receiving compensation from the insurance [...]

The Law Offices of Lee Steinberg 2018 Year In Review

2018 Case Review and Large Settlements Represented by The Law Offices of Lee Steinberg, P.C. As we welcome 2019 with reading cheer and more educational posts for our blog followers, we also wanted to take a few minutes to review a few personal injury cases that ended in great favor for several of our clients [...]

An Overview of Michigan Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Michigan Nursing Home Abuse Laws Rank Well - Yet Neglect Still Happens An alarming statistic: The National Center on Elder Abuse reports more than 95 percent of elder abuse cases go unreported every year. And even though Michigan recently ranked No. 4 (Wallethub, 2018) for having some of the best elder abuse protections in the [...]

By |2018-12-21T16:14:09+00:00December 21st, 2018|Detroit, Nursing home abuse|0 Comments

Michigan Legislature Attacks No-Fault Law During Lame Duck

No-Fault Law Under Attack The Michigan legislature is making a last second run to dismantle the Michigan no-fault automobile law during the last week of this year’s tumultuous and controversial lame duck session. The Michigan legislature has already passed a number of controversial bills this lame duck season. In fact, Governor Snyder may end up [...]