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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 […]

More Michigan Motorcyclists & Warmer Weather Increase Accident Risks in 2017

Safe Spring Motorcycle Riding With spring’s arrival, motorcyclists are pulling their bikes out from the winter garage and already starting to log the miles across Michigan roadways. Analysts predict there will be another jump in the amounts of motorcycles on the road again this year with latest data (2015) from the Federal Highway Administration showcasing […]

Does Uber or Lyft Cover My Michigan Car Accident Expenses?

Rideshare programs like Uber and Lyft are gaining in popularity. From the convenience of your own cell phone, you can now order a ride to basically anywhere by pressing a few buttons. But what happens if you are involved in a Michigan car accident while using Uber or Lyft? Who pays the medical bills and […]

Winter Is Still Here In Mid-Michigan

A nasty weather front continues to move through mid Michigan this week. The result has been ice storms and snow showers that have resulted in over 5 inches of accumulation in some places. The wintry mix has caused multiple Bay County car accidents on area roadways. In fact, Bay County law enforcement reported 84 crashes alone […]

D-Insurance Auto Plan: The Bad and the Ugly

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s so-called “D-Insurance” plan was unveiled yesterday in its latest form and presented to the state Senate Insurance Committee. It’s a doozy. Although the mayor’s heart is in the right place, and auto insurance premiums are much too high for Detroit residents, this latest plan solves nothing, effectively ends the no-fault system […]

Michigan No-Fault Reform – The Legislature Can Do Better

The House Insurance Committee voted out Michigan no-fault reform bills yesterday by a 9-6 vote with 2 abstentions. The vote was mostly party line, with only Republican legislators voting in favor of the insurance industry backed proposals. As I’ve written about previously, the proposals are awful and we urge everybody to contact their legislators to […]

Flint Personal Injury Lawyers

All over the state of Michigan, injuries occur as the result of negligence on the part of another person or company. If you have been injured, it is your right to file a claim for your pain and suffering, medical expenses and lost wages. The Flint personal injury attorneys at The Lee Steinberg Law Firm, […]

Understanding Michigan Dog Bite Law

Michigan Dog Bites and Dog Attacks Few things are more frightening than being attacked by a dog. A common type of personal injury, dog bites leave scars, both physical and emotional. In extreme cases, dog attacks can be fatal. In 2012, Michigan ranked 12th in the nation in dog bites, with the number of dog […]

New Laws In Michigan For No Fault

Michigan No Fault Law Explained How does the Michigan No Fault Insurance Law work? In order to legally drive a motor vehicle in Michigan, that vehicle has to be covered by a basic No Fault Insurance. The owner of the vehicle needs to present proof of insurance in order to obtain a license plate, driving […]