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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 […]

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 […]

Pedestrian Accidents More Common During Holiday Shopping Season

Parking Lot Accidents Rise Around the Holidays Making your way happily through the store parking lot after you just scored that discounted holiday gift might not raise an extra-cautious eye for most drivers and pedestrians, but public parking lots are a hot bed for crashes with pedestrians this time of year. The Independent Insurance Agents and […]

3 Biggest Causes of Injuries on Halloween Night

Three Reasons Child Injuries Are High on Halloween Night For the Michigan families who will be celebrating Halloween this year, many are sure to be busy preparing costumes for a spooky-fun night Trick-or-Treating from the communities of Kalamazoo to Detroit. Sadly, one of the most fun night outs can also be considered one of the […]

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. […]

Motorcyclist in Fatal Roseville Accident Charged

Last weekend, 14-year-old Ryan Mannes was playing Pokemon with friends when he allegedly walked out onto 11 Mile Road to capture one of the game’s creatures. Investigators say he was on his way back to the sidewalk when a motorcycle driven by Cody Leonard Soucie hit him. Ryan Mannes was pronounced dead at the scene […]

Why are Pedestrian Hit and Run Accidents on the Rise?

A Casual Walk can Result in a Life or Death Decision You read it in the newspapers and see it on television all the time; someone is injured by a hit and run driver. And it’s no surprise, as many of our cities are nowhere close to being “pedestrian friendly.” Urban planners could never have […]

Elderly Man Seriously Injured in Nemo’s Bar Bus Crash

Sunday afternoon, an 86-year-old man was walking near the Leland Hotel when a bus operated by Nemo’s Bar crashed into him on the sidewalk. The bus was on Bagley near Cass Ave. when a car pulled out in front of it. The bus hit the car, then both vehicles swerved off the road, smashing into […]