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Michigan Pedestrian-Auto Accidents & Proving Negligence

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 […]

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Michigan Auto Insurance Fees To Drop $36

Michigan drivers will soon be seeing a $36 fee drop on their auto insurance policies. The decreased rate is due to an announcement made this past Tuesday, March 25th by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA). The MCCA is a private, nonprofit association made up of a board of five people comprised from the insurance […]

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Detroit Car Accident Lawsuit Filed For Passenger Injuries

Our Michigan auto accident attorneys recently filed a lawsuit against the owner and driver of a vehicle our client was riding passenger in. The lawsuit arises out of a single-vehicle crash that took place in July of 2014 on M-39 in the City of Detroit. The driver of the vehicle our client was riding passenger in was […]

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Fall Injuries at Michigan Apartment Building

Under Michigan law, the owner of an apartment complex is legally liable to maintain its premise so that it is a reasonably safe condition for both tenants and other individuals who are lawfully on the premise. When an owner fails to do so, and as a result you or your family member suffers injuries, a […]

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Filing Your Michigan No-Fault Car Insurance Claim

Michigan is a “No-Fault” state, meaning that both parties involved in a motor vehicle accident are entitled to valuable economic benefits from their applicable insurance companies, regardless of who was at fault for the accident. This includes drivers and occupants in a vehicle. In addition, many people do not realize that pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorcyclists […]

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Barry Goodman Named 2015 Leader in Law By Michigan Lawyers Weekly

The Michigan personal injury law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. is excited to announce that Senior Partner and Attorney Barry Goodman has been named 2015 Leader in the Law by Michigan Lawyers Weekly. Leaders in the Law are attorneys who are leaders in the community, forward thinkers and best exemplify the noble tradition of the legal profession. […]

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Goodman Acker Personal Injury Law Firm Presented with The American Patriot Award

The Michigan personal injury law firm of Goodman Acker P.C. is honored to announce that they recently received the ‘American Patriot’ award from the Michigan Veterans Foundation (MVF). Executive Director of the MVF, Tyrone Chatman, presented the award to the senior partners of Goodman Acker, Barry Goodman and Gerald Acker, and thanked all Goodman Acker lawyers and staff for their […]

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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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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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