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What Do You Have to Prove in a Slip and Fall Case? What Does the Supreme Court in Livings v. Sage Investment Group, LLC Say?

An important case that involves the open and obvious rule in Michigan came down from the Michigan Supreme Court. The case is Livings v. Sage Investment Group, LLC and discusses the open and obvious rule and exceptions to it. Review the case here: https://law.justia.com/cases/michigan/supreme-court/2021/159692.html In the case, Ms. Livings was an employee of a restaurant […]

What Is The Open and Obvious Doctrine?

Slip and fall cases and premises liability cases in general are not easy. These cases involve not only proving negligence on the part of the property owner, landlord or property manager, but also proving the injured person was not negligent in causing his or her own injuries. In Michigan, these cases are especially difficult due […]

6 Easy Rules of Slip and Fall Accidents in Michigan

The injuries that result from slip and fall or trip and fall accidents can be horrendous. They can include broken femurs, broken hips, fractured arms, broken wrists and hands, traumatic brain injury as well as other bad injuries that result in surgery or long rehabilitation. But although slip and fall cases are extremely common, they […]

How Long After My Injury Can I Sue in Michigan?

Key Points of This Article: Statute of limitations are strict time frames to file a personal injury claim against another and to preserve the right for compensation and request a legal remedy from a Michigan court. Michigan’s statute of limitations varies for personal injuries depending on the type of claim and may involve motor vehicle […]

Michigan Supreme Court Upholds Favorable Ruling for Tenant – Hendrix v. Lautrec, Ltd.

Michigan Supreme Court Ruling Sets Positive Precedent for Injured Tenants The Michigan Supreme Court issued an interesting ruling late last week when it decided not to accept an application to hear a landlord-tenant personal injury case that began in Oakland County. The decision had been eagerly anticipated by many lawyers who specialize in Michigan slip […]

Michigan Appeals Court Finds Walkway Not Fit For Intended Use in Landlord-Tenant Injury Case

Michigan Landlord-Tenant Law – A Win for the Injured Party The Michigan Court of Appeals issued an important ruling on landlord-tenant personal injury cases. The case, Estate of Daniel Trueblood v. P&G Apartments, LLC, (docket no. 340642 published on 3/12/2019), could have far reaching implications as it may allow injured tenants to pursue cases for […]