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
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
Trip and fall accidents occur every day. For some who fall, they are able to get back up again and keep walking injury free. However for many, a trip and fall accident can be very detrimental and cause significant injury. Some of the most common type of injuries that can result from a sidewalk trip […]Learn More
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our Michigan auto accident attorneys actively file lawsuits on behalf of clients seriously injured as a result of a motor vehicle collision. Sometimes these collisions caused our client to suffer new injuries; however for many victims the lawsuit is filed because of an old injury made worse. When a […]Learn More
Our Michigan motor vehicle accident attorneys recently came across an interesting report released by *TomTom that measured traffic congestion in more than 200 U.S. cities. The study revealed that the City of Detroit is ranked as the 29th most traffic congested city. In fact, the overall congestion level for Detroit, Michigan is 18%. This was an increase […]Learn More
Pedestrian-auto accidents in Michigan are not uncommon. In fact, in 2013 there were 2,392 pedestrians involved in motor vehicle crashes, with 149 pedestrians killed and 1,941 severely injured (Michigan Traffic Crash Facts, Publication: Michigan Pedestrian Crashes) Other 2013 Michigan pedestrian accident statistics include: The age group with the highest percentage of pedestrians injured was 21-34 years […]Learn More
With the use of an in-car computer, police now have an easy and quick way of identifying Michigan drivers driving without proper insurance. The system that allows a police officer to run a license plate number to identify if a driver has insurance was released in September of 2013. The new technology does not work […]Learn More
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