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Time Around the Holidays is a Hotbed for Drunk Driving & Other Risky Behaviors

Michigan Traffic Fatalities Doubled Over 2018 Holiday Season Operation C.A.R.E. (Crash Awareness and Reduction Efforts) is a national safe driving campaign aimed at reducing traffic crashes and fatalities on U.S. highways and is led by state and highway patrol agencies from all 50 states. The lifesaving program began in 1977 as a collaborative effort between […]

Dangerous Michigan Intersection: University of Michigan’s Washtenaw Avenue and Hill Street

Driver and Pedestrian Safety Concerns Heighten at University of Michigan’s Washtenaw Avenue and Hill Street Intersection When most people drive or walk by the University of Michigan’s iconic painted “Rock” at the intersection of Washtenaw Avenue and Hill Street, the last thing they expect is to be involved in a dangerous car or pedestrian accident. […]

Halloween a Dangerous Holiday for Walkers

Halloween Drunk Driving Accidents Involving Pedestrians on The Rise It’s time for Michigan families to celebrate Halloween with community Trick-or-Treating and plenty of fall festival events happening across the state. Tragically, these seasonal celebrations have triggered some of the most dangerous car accidents involving pedestrians, including children, making it one of the top three days of […]

Wayne County Man Wins Settlement Following Bicycle-Car Crash

Michigan Bicyclist Wins Large Settlement After Being Struck By Car The Lee Steinberg Law Firm is happy to announce it has secured a six-figure settlement for a Wayne, Michigan man who was injured in a car wreck in Canton, Michigan. Our client was crossing at an intersection while riding his bicycle on the sidewalk along […]

Parking Lot Safety During Game Day

What to Do If Caught in a Game Day Parking Lot Accident As fall sporting events continue to take shape, Michigan drivers need to be on alert for increased traffic congestion, drivers unfamiliar with the area, heavier pedestrian foot traffic, drunk and impaired drivers, and motor vehicle operators who are aggressive or distracted. From high […]

Pedestrian Injuries from Vehicles on the Rise in Michigan

Southeast Michigan Group Calls for Heightened Awareness After Rise in Serious Crash Injuries The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) recently released a report highlighting concerns about the rise in serious injuries resulting from crashes between motor vehicles and bicycles or pedestrians in the southeast corner of the state. While the number of traffic crashes […]

Bad Driving Has Left Several Bicycling Children Dead in Michigan

Tragic Summer Bicycle Deaths Take Aim Against Bad Drivers Already this month, deadly Michigan bike accidents, all involving children, have become all too common due to poor driver decisions such as driving under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and driving without a license and proper road training. Mosherville Road in Hillsdale Michigan State Police are investigating a […]

Autonomous Vehicle Hits and Kills Pedestrian

Pedestrian Death Raises New Questions About Autonomous Vehicle Regulations Several national news outlets have reported that a 48-year-old Arizona woman died after being hit by a self-driving Volvo XC90 SUV operated by Uber, in what appears to be the first known death of a pedestrian struck by an autonomous vehicle on a U.S. road. Police […]

Avoid Michigan Bicycle Accidents With These Safety Tips

Beware of These Common Bike-Car Collisions Crash reports from local and state police are serving as good enough evidence that Michigan motorists are not really understanding the accident risks they are creating when sharing the road with bicyclists. Nearly 2,000 cyclists were injured on Michigan roads last year and the number of cyclists killed almost […]

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 […]