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Yearly: 2014

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7 Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Michigan Car Accident Case

Being injured in a Michigan car accident can be frightening enough, and the outcome of a possible lawsuit is probably the last thing on a victims’ mind. However once the initial shock of the incident settles down, for many auto injury victims their life forever changes both personally and financially. For victims injured in a Michigan […]

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Lack of Seat Belt Use Still High for Teen Drivers

A tree, fresh with new spring growth, displays the scars from a recent automobile accident that claimed the lives of two teenagers in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina during the early morning of March 28th. While hundreds of teenagers and their parents flooded the gymnasium of Hilton Head High School, to mourn the loss of their classmates, […]

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Michigan Car Accident Lawyers Provide Travel Safety Tips For Memorial Weekend

It is estimated that 36.1 million people are gearing up for a trip of some kind this weekend. That is an increase of 1.5% from last year which saw 35.5 million people traveling during the holiday weekend. This year may in fact be the highest number of people on the move. Due to this reason, […]

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Suing the Subway: Liability for injury on Public Transportation

In the days following March 24, 2014, media across the country broadcast disturbing images of a Chicago CTA Blue Line train that had derailed at the O’Hare International Airport station. Reporters explained that the train had failed to stop at its terminal station, jumped the platform, and ended up on the escalator that led from […]

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Medical Errors Give Rise to Michigan Malpractice Lawsuits

A recent report done by the Journal of Patient Safety revealed that 440,000 patients die each year from preventable medical errors. In fact, preventable medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States. A medical error occurrence means that proper healthcare treatment was not provided. When proper treatment is not provided […]

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Goodman Acker’s 2014 Community Law Day Is A Success

This past Sunday, May 18th 2014, Goodman Acker held its first ever Community Law Day in the parking lot of their law office in Southfield, Michigan. The event started at 10:00 a.m. and was open to the public. Our very own Detroit personal injury lawyers were there providing free legal advice to those who had questions regarding a […]

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Car Recalls in 2014 Close to Record Pace

With federal regulators holding the steering wheel, auto manufacturers are on course to set a U.S. record this year forrecalling vehicles with defects that could cause life-threatening crashes. Toyota recently recalled about 1.8 million vehicles in the U.S. to repair problems such as air bags that won’t activate in wrecks. The recall affects 6.4 million cars and […]

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Illuminated Roadway Lights Up in Netherlands

If you’ve traveled any of Michigan’s country roads at night, you probably had to turn on the high beams to keep from running off the pavement. Then you probably blinded the next oncoming car because you forgot to turn them off. An experimental concept on a stretch of road in the Netherlands could one day […]

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Corporations Are Hiding Secrets That Could Kill You

Sunshine in Litigation Act Would Help Shed Light on Dangerous Products Americans would be shocked and angered to learn that when they go to the store some of the products they purchase may be hiding dangerous secrets. When businesses settle unsafe product liability suits in which their products have harmed people, they often demand that individuals agree […]

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