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Court of Appeals Hold Plaintiffs Can Pursue Pain and Suffering Claim Following Michigan Car Accident

When Can an Accident Victim Receive Pain and Suffering Compensation? Our law office of Michigan car accident injury lawyers gets calls every day from individuals injured in a car accident. Many have very good questions about how the process works and whether they can get money for what they go through. What most people don’t [...]

5 Michigan Communities with Highest Number of Distracted Driving Accidents

Michigan Distracted Driving Crashes Doubled Drunk Driving Accidents in 2017 University of Michigan researchers, using Michigan State Police traffic crash reports, concluded distracted driving crashes tallied twice as high as drunk driving across the state in 2017. Distracted driving resulted in 20,115 vehicle crashes while drunken driving and alcohol-related crashes peaked at 10,265. About 27 [...]

Distracted Driving Statistics for 5 Michigan Communities

Michigan Distracted Driving Crashes Doubled Drunk Driving Accidents in 2017 University of Michigan researchers, using Michigan State Police traffic crash reports, concluded distracted driving crashes tallied twice as high as drunk driving across the state in 2017. Distracted driving resulted in 20,115 vehicle crashes while drunken driving and alcohol-related crashes peaked at 10,265. About 27 [...]

What Are Michigan’s 20 Most Dangerous Intersections?

Drivers Who Speed Make Pontiac, Michigan Intersection Inherently Dangerous Community members and residents near Whittemore Street and Sanford Street in Pontiac, Michigan recently witnessed a terrifying afternoon crash at what most say is one of the city’s most dangerous intersections. Bystanders report seeing a car soaring into a home after it was T-boned by a [...]

Car Crashes Are a Leading Cause of Death for Pregnant Women

Tragic Grand Rapids Crash Kills Pregnant Woman A 28-year-old mother of four died in a two-vehicle crash in Northwest Grand Rapids on August 11. The woman was pregnant at the time of the accident, and the infant was delivered via emergency cesarean section but died the next day. Police reports say the late morning crash occurred [...]

New Bill Prevents Michigan Communities from Banning Particular Dog Breeds

Bill Says Michigan Communities Can’t Ban Certain Dog Breeds To Protect Against Attacks A new bill has been passed in Michigan targeting dog breed legislation. Senate Bill 741 is trying to prevent the banning of pit bulls and other breeds some communities have deemed dangerous. Animal groups across the country have spoken out in favor of [...]

By |2018-06-18T22:56:52+00:00March 14th, 2018|Dog Bite, Grand Rapids, Legal News|0 Comments

What Steps Do You Need to Take After Getting In an Uber or Lyft Car Accident?

Michigan Ride Share Laws Along with Uber, Lyft has become an increasingly popular ride sharing service utilized by people across the state of Michigan. Whether you are picking up a ride in Royal Oak, going downtown in Detroit, going to a friend’s home in Saginaw or going out for dinner in Grand Rapids, Lyft drivers [...]

Changes Could Be Coming to Michigan’s Bike Laws

Will Michigan Lawmakers Finally Adopt Bike-Friendly Safety Laws? With each new year brings the hope for renewed laws and better protections for citizens. And in 2018, it’s been reported by the Associated Press that Michigan lawmakers are proposing to introduce what they call, “some of the nation's strictest bike-safety regulations and tough new penalties for [...]

The Steinberg Law Firm Congratulates All High School Football Participants

2017 Michigan High School Football Championships: Over Thanksgiving weekend, the Michigan high school football championship games took place at Ford Field in Detroit. The Law Offices of Lee Steinberg, P.C. congratulates all the schools, coaches, players and their families for earning a memorable trip to the finals. Although there can only be one champion in [...]

By |2018-06-18T23:43:31+00:00November 30th, 2017|Detroit, Farmington Hills, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, Warren|0 Comments

University of Michigan Greek Life Faces Numerous Hazing Allegations

University of Michigan Suspends Greek Life Activities as Several Fraternities Face Hazing Allegations The University of Michigan’s newspaper recently reported that the University’s student-run Interfraternity Council has suspended all Greek Life social activities and new member education programs in the wake of multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, hazing and drug use. The suspension has banned [...]