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Detroit Hit-and-Run Car Accidents, What To Do Next

Key Points of This Article: A recent study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that nearly 20% of victims of fatal hit-and-run crashes are pedestrians or bicyclists, compared to just one percent of all vehicle deaths resulting from hit-and-run crashes.  While hit-and-run accidents can happen anywhere, Metro Michigan communities like Detroit are home […]

Child’s Death And Serious Injuries Fuel Peloton Treadmill Recall

Key Points of This Article: Two weeks after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warned consumers, Peloton has agreed to recall more than 125,000 of its treadmills responsible for dozens of dangerous incidents, including a child’s death. Consumers who have purchased a recalled treadmill should immediately stop using it and report any injuries caused by the product. Almost […]

Do I Have to Buy Michigan No-Fault Insurance?

Michigan’s auto insurance laws are confusing. With so many rules it sometimes can be overwhelming. Michigan is a no-fault state, meaning a person can obtain certain benefits following a Michigan car crash, without regard to fault. What are No-Fault Benefits? Michigan no-fault benefits include the payment of hospital bills, doctor bills, lost wages, prescriptions, household […]

Car Accident Settlement-Oakland County

T-Bone Crash in Farmington Hills Our client was injured in a Farmington Hills, Michigan car accident when another vehicle traveling on 9 Mile Rd. ran a red light at Middlebelt Road and smashed into him. The collision was a T-bone crash and caused substantial damage to our client’s vehicle. The responding police officer assigned fault […]

Michigan Speeding and Red-Light-Running Accidents

Synopsis Red-light runners and those drivers who choose to speed are increasingly becoming a crash risk problem on Michigan roadways, according to Michigan State Police. Thirty-two people were killed in an increasing number of red-light running crashes which hiked up 18.4 percent since 2014. In 2018, there were 31,003 accidents involving speeding, including excessive speeders […]