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50 Michigan Cities Ranked by Worst and Best Drivers

Synopsis Car insurance analysts often name Michigan drivers the best, and now has ranked the 50 largest cities in the state the same way by analyzing over 500,000 insurance quotes of drivers. The cities were reviewed and ranked best and worst using the highest number of incidents, accidents, speeding tickets, DUIs, and tickets. The […]

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 […]

Balloon Weight Loss Deaths Shine Light on Medical Device Recalls

FDA Connects Five Deaths to Popular Weight Loss Balloon Treatments The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently confirmed that a balloon weight loss system designed to treat obesity has killed five patients since 2016. Four of the five patients were using the FDA-approved liquid-filled gastric balloon devices, ORBERA® Intragastric Balloon Systems, a brand manufactured by Apollo […]

Michigan Car Accident Law – Court of Appeals Finds Plaintiff Can Proceed with Pain and Suffering Claim

The Michigan Court of Appeals decided a case involving a claim for pain and suffering following a Michigan car accident. The plaintiff claimed compensation for serious injuries after two Michigan car wrecks. The trial judge dismissed her case, stating she was not injured enough under the law to get money compensation. However, the Court of […]

Troy Rush Hour Accident Leaves One Dead

Monday afternoon around 5:30 p.m., a van heading north on Livernois collided with a car at the intersection of Wattles and Livernois. It appears the driver of the van might have suffered a medical event and failed to stop at a traffic signal. One passenger in the Ford Escape, 70-year-old Shyamala Ramachandran, died as a […]

Insurance Companies Make Another Run at Michigan No-Fault Law Changes

Yet another attack on Michigan’s no-fault system appears to be imminent. ran an article last week stating that representative Jason Sheppard, R-Temperance, will introduce House Bill 5951 when the legislative session resumes after the November elections. This bill looks to completely destroy the present Michigan no-fault law by creating a no-fault PIP choice system. […]

Acquiring Evidence for a Personal Injury Claim

Winning your Michigan personal injury case can often come down to having the right evidence on your side. When you file a claim or lawsuit, but lack sufficient evidence to prove your case, your chance of success decreases immensely. The Michigan personal injury lawyers encourage you to follow these tips to win your case. At […]

Michigan Court of Appeals Renders Split Decisions

The Michigan Court of Appeals came down with two differing rulings on similar cases last week. The cases involve a plaintiff’s ability to obtain pain and suffering compensation in a Michigan car accident case. Under Michigan law, a plaintiff must have sustained a “serious impairment of bodily function” to be eligble for pain and suffering […]