Michigan’s no-fault insurance policy is currently in the works of being reformed. In Michigan, drivers and passengers injured in a motor vehicle accident are able to receive no-fault benefits from their insurance companies, meaning victims are able to receive compensation for their cost of injuries no matter who was at fault for the incident. Both pedestrians and bicyclists involved […]Learn More
April 29, 2008 (Washington, DC) – U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s so-called think tank, Institute for Legal Reform (ILR), today released its phony report that claims to rank the best and worst state legal systems in America. American Association for Justice (AAJ) obtained a copy in advance of U.S. Chamber’s formal release tomorrow. “This latest propaganda […]Learn More
A revised version of Senate Bill 248 recently passed the House Insurance Committee and is headed for a vote in the House of Representatives early next week. If the bill passes it will not only be detrimental to healthcare workers but all victims involved in Michigan automobile accidents. Michigan is a no-fault state which means […]Learn More
Motorcyclists injured in an accident often suffer more severe and permanent injuries due to their vulnerability on the road and lack of protection of not being enclosed and shielded by metal like automobiles. However, even though injuries resulting after a motorcycle accident may be more severe and therefore requiring additional long term medical care and […]Learn More
If you have ever stumbled over an object or bumped into someone while texting and walking, you probably felt foolish. Apple’s new “transparent texting” technology could spare you such embarrassment in the future. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently approved a patent for Apple’s see-through iPhone, according to a report at mashable.com. The website says […]Learn More
Victims injured in a Michigan automobile accident are entitled to receive no-fault insurance benefits from their auto insurance company. When the insurance company denies payment of benefits the only recourse a victim can take to collect payment is to file a no-fault insurance lawsuit against their own insurance company. At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. […]Learn More
For immediate assistance with an Oakland County car accident, call Goodman Acker, P.C. at (248) 793-2010. Our Oakland County car accident lawyers have been helping accident victims obtain the justice and compensation they deserve for over 30 years. We can do the same for you. Call today for yourfree, no obligation case evaluation. Oakland County’s Most […]Learn More
Drunk driving is a serious issue. However, for those who have become a victim of a drunk driving accident this serious issue can be a very life-altering situation. Serious or life-threatening injuries, often times death is a result of these entirely preventable crimes. Those who have become a victim have often become a victim for […]Learn More
Michigan is a no-fault state which means your auto insurance company is liable to pay for your no-fault benefits or economic losses, such as medical bill reimbursement, lost wages due to time off of work, attendant care (in-home nursing care), and more after involvement in a motor vehicle accident. However, when it comes to motorcycle accidents and […]Learn More
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