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Monthly: March 2015

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Lawsuit Seeks To Save Car Title Database – And Protect Car Buyers

Sixteen years after Congress enacted the Anti Car Theft Act of 1992, which called for the creation of a national database to track motor vehicle titles and prevent the fraudulent retitling of wrecked and stolen cars, Public Citizen and two California consumer organizations are suing the U.S. attorney general over delays in implementing it. (Public […]

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Federal ‘Sunshine’ Bill Would Bring Secret Court Documents To Light

The Sunshine in Litigation Act of 2007 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee in March, meaning that 14 years after the first version of the bill was introduced, the light is finally dawning on Congress. The bill-S. 2449, sponsored by Sens. Herb Kohl (D-Wis.), Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.)-would amend Chapter 111 of the […]

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Pain and Suffering Damages After Michigan Car Accident

There are generally two types of claims a victim can recover in a car accident lawsuit for their resulting injuries. These claims include (1) damages or compensation for actual medical bills, lost wages, and more known as economic damages, and (2) non-economic damages known as pain and suffering damages. Legally, pain and suffering is a term that […]

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Rollover Accidents in Michigan

Any vehicle can rollover, however drivers and passengers in a sports utility vehicle (SUV), minivan or truck are most at risk for facing a deadly rollover accident. This is because when compared to cars, SUV’s have a higher center of gravity (taller) which directly influences a vehicle’s stability, particularly when a vehicle makes a quick […]

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Surgical Mistakes By Surgeons & Medical Malpractice

All surgeries involve an element of risk, however when a patient suffers serious injuries as a result of a preventable mistake or error during surgery, medical malpractice has taken place. Surgical errors go beyond the known risks of surgeries and therefore are considered a form of negligence. At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. […]

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Surgical Mistakes By Surgeons & Medical Malpractice

All surgeries involve an element of risk, however when a patient suffers serious injuries as a result of a preventable mistake or error during surgery, medical malpractice has taken place. Surgical errors go beyond the known risks of surgeries and therefore are considered a form of negligence. At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. […]

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Michigan Vehicle Modification Benefits | No-Fault Insurance Claims

Under the Michigan no-fault law, a person injured in a Michigan car accident who is unable to operate his or her car or truck or requires special accommodations to their vehicle as a result of their injuries may be entitled to vehicle modification benefits from their insurance company, regardless of who was at fault for […]

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Michigan Home Modifications Benefit Claim | No-Fault Insurance

Under the Michigan no-fault law, a person injured in a Michigan car accident who is unable to get around their house freely as a result of their injuries may be entitled to home modification benefits from their insurance company, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. At the law firm of Goodman Acker, […]

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