Michigan drivers are no strangers to wildlife on the highways – deer, opossums, coyotes and even dogs and cats can cause serious car accidents involving damage to vehicles and injury to passengers. If a deer suddenly darts onto a highway congested with traffic, a collision may be unavoidable. But there are some steps you can […]Learn More
Detroit personal injury lawyers at Goodman Acker, P.C. are proud to announce our support of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (a non-profit 501 (c)(3) association). The association serves as the critical link between those living with a brain injury, their families, and the nation’s largest, most comprehensive statewide provider network of brain injury rehabilitation […]Learn More
Michigan is one of the very few states in the United States that gives us the great advantage of providing no-fault benefits to victims injured in automobile accidents. No-fault benefits are paid for by the insurance company and can include reimbursement for lost wages, attendant care, transportation costs to and from medical appointments, and most importantly unlimited […]Learn More
Detroit is a culturally and ethnically diverse area with people of many backgrounds and cultures who often have specific legal needs. For people for whom English is a second language, it may sometimes be helpful to speak with an attorney who can communicate with you in your native language. Goodman Acker, P.c. recently welcomed Attorney Ronita […]Learn More
For victims who have suffered injuries in a Michigan car accident, filing a claim can unfortunately be a difficult process. It may seem obvious to those that are injured that they are in pain and deserve compensation for their medical bills and other treatment necessary for their recovery. However, the insurance companies do not care and […]Learn More
Running out of gas is no fun, particularly if you are in an area in which getting your vehicle fueled could be difficult. Should your vehicle run out of gas, you put yourself and your passengers at risk of an auto accident, particularly if it occurs on a roadway with fast-moving vehicles. Most importantly, if […]Learn More
Michigan law requires you to have no-fault automobile insurance coverage on your car. However, what many drivers do not realize is that no-fault insurance pays only for injuries resulting from an automobile accident (regardless of who is at fault), and for vehicle damage up to a certain amount. In order to ensure you have coverage […]Learn More
If your car won’t start, you may be able to get it running again with a jump start from another vehicle. Jump starting an automobile battery can get you back on the road again quickly — as long as it is done safely. Jump starting a car can be dangerous if not performed properly. Proper […]Learn More
Goodman Acker P.C. is thrilled to announce Ronita Bahri has been added to our team of highly accomplished, top-rated personal injury lawyers. Bahri joins the team as an associate attorney. Bahri will practice personal injury, with an emphasis on car accident injuries and no-fault insurance claims. Bahri earned her Juris Doctor from the University of […]Learn More
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