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Community Resource: Goodman Acker P.C. Halloween Safety Guide

Halloween is approaching, and many parents may wonder if trick-or-treating is safe. With a few precautions, Halloween can be a happy and safe occasion for all. The personal injury lawyers at Goodman Acker P.C. suggest that children limit trick-or-treating to familiar neighborhoods and neighbors. It’s important not to create too much fear in your children […]

Four Michigan Cities Listed As Having The Safest Drivers in U.S.

Every year, since 2005, Allstate has compiled a list of top cities throughout the United States that follow the safest driving practices. They call the report “American’s Best Drivers Report.” The report identifies which of the 200 largest U.S. cities has the safest drivers. Information is compiled by tabulating property damage collision frequency of Allstate […]

Bicycle Helmets Recalled Due To Injury Hazard

The aerodynamic bicycle helmets manufactured by Louis Garneau has recently been recalled due to the product being an injury hazard. Our personal injury lawyers at the law firm of Goodman Acker P.C. recommend that if you or your child currently own a Louis Garneau bicycle helmet that you stop using it immediately. The recall involves […]

Goodman Acker Announces Driver Safety Scholarship Opportunity

  The Southfield personal injury law firm of Goodman Acker is happy to announce its first ever Driver Safety Scholarship contest. The scholarship is a part of the firm’s commitment to the community and dedication to making the roads and highways safer for both drivers and passengers. Texting and driving poses a serious safety hazard to all […]

Hit and Run Auto Accidents in Michigan

According to the Michigan Traffic Crash Facts, hit and run car accidents comprise of approximately 10 percent of all Michigan motor vehicle crashes. In fact, in cities such as Detroit, Pontiac and Flint, the numbers are substantially higher due to the fact that as many as 50 percent of drivers on the road are driving cars […]

Where Slip and Fall Accidents Occur

Yesterday, September 23rd was marked as National Fall Prevention Awareness Day by the National Council on Aging. This is the 7th annual year this campaign has taken place and typically falls on the first day of fall. This year’s theme, “Strong Today, Falls Free Tomorrow” is seeking to raise awareness on how to prevent fall-related injuries with a strong […]

Can Social Media Hurt My Car Accident Claim?

Social media accounts such as Facebook and Twitter have become a popular way to network and share information about the events that took place during the day. In fact, for those who have been involved in a Michigan car accident it is normal to want to post on your social media account and reach out […]

Wrong Way Car Crashes Are Fatal

A fatal crash took place on I-96 near the East Beltline exit near Grand Rapids this past Sunday, September 14th due to a vehicle being driven the wrong way on the expressway. According to Michigan State Police (MSP), a woman in her 40s from Grand Rapids was driving east in the westbound lanes of I-96 when […]