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  • How Michigan's No-Fault Insurance Reform Will Affect You
    How Michigan's No-Fault Insurance Reform Will Affect You

    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 ...

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  • AAJ: U.S. Chamber’s Phony “Rankings” Serve Extreme Corporate Agenda
    AAJ: U.S. Chamber’s Phony “Rankings” Serve Extreme Corporate Agenda

    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 ...

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  • Michigan Auto Accident Victims Could Be Limited To Medical Care If Bill Passes
    Michigan Auto Accident Victims Could Be Limited To Medical Care If Bill Passes

    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 ...

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  • Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Michigan Can Help You
    Our Motorcycle Accident Lawyers in Michigan Can Help You

    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 ...

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  • 'Transparent Texting' Touts Safety
    'Transparent Texting' Touts Safety

    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 ...

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  • Michigan No-Fault Insurance Lawsuit Filed Against Farmers Insurance
    Michigan No-Fault Insurance Lawsuit Filed Against Farmers Insurance

    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 ...

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