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What You Need to Know about Boating Injuries in Michigan

Summers in Michigan are the most beautiful time of the year. For many of us — especially in Northern Michigan — the best way to enjoy the outdoors is to spend some time boating on our beautiful lakes. However, boating … Continue reading

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Stay Safe on Two Wheels: Ten Tips for Bike Safety

Cycling is becoming ever more popular in the State of Michigan. Unfortunately, with more cyclists on the road it has also increased the number of motor vehicle bicycle accidents. In 2016 the State of Michigan had 38 cyclists who were … Continue reading

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For Mt. Pleasant Woman, Justice is Slow But Certain Thanks to Gray, Sowle, and Iacco

Jessica Dillon understands better than most that the wheels of justice grind slowly. When Dillon was struck by a car in 2008, she had no idea it would lead to a far-reaching auto-insurance decision in the Michigan Supreme Court nine … Continue reading

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How the Government Shutdown Affects Your Social Security Benefits

Last night, the Senate failed to agree on a stopgap to continue government services. With the deadline passed, many social security disability claimants and recipients are wondering how this government shutdown will affect them and their benefits, application, and/or hearing. … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Michigan’s Auto Insurance Policies

Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law, which provides broad and unlimited coverage of medical expenses to persons injured in motor vehicle accidents, is under attack again by the powerful insurance industry. While insurance companies continue to charge unreasonably high insurance premiums … Continue reading

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Bodily Injury Claims Under Michigan’s No-Fault Law

The Michigan No-Fault law allows a lawsuit against the negligent driver under certain circumstances. To bring a suit, the other driver must be more than 50 percent at fault in causing the accident. Lawsuits may be brought against negligent drivers … Continue reading

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What Accident Victims Should Know

The Michigan no-fault law provides certain benefits to an injured person without regard to who was at fault in the accident. These benefits are called no-fault benefits. They can be thought of as a type of health and disability policy … Continue reading

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What You Should Know About Social Security Cases

When it comes to disabilities that prevent you from working, there’s no shortage of difficulties and setbacks that can arise. Medical bills can pile up, rehabilitation can take months or even years, and of course the emotional strain it can … Continue reading

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Injured at Work – Tips for Workers’ Compensation Cases

Answers to questions people have about workers’ compensation cases. Of course, each case is unique in some way… contact us for a free consultation. Continue reading

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