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Monthly: November 2016

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Goodman Acker, P.C. Accident Attorneys Announce New Hire Amanda Warner to Law Firm Team

Goodman Acker, P.C. announced that Amanda Warner has recently joined the Southfield based firm as an Associate Attorney and will focus on personal injury liability. Ms. Warner, who has nearly ten years of legal experience, is dedicated to helping accident victims recover both physically and financially by providing top legal representation. “I am thrilled to […]

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Barry Goodman Participates in Distinguished Clown Corps at the America’s Thanksgiving Parade®

For the third consecutive year, Attorney Barry Goodman will be participating in the Distinguished Clown Corps at the America’s Thanksgiving Parade® in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. For more than three decades, more than 2,000 clowns have made touched the hearts of many individuals as they make their yearly appearance, sharing their smiles that create memories for millions. This […]

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Medical Provider Reimbursement Case Moves to Michigan Supreme Court

  Can doctors, medical service providers, and hospitals file suits against no-fault insurers seeking payment for services they have rendered to individuals in car accidents? If they can, can these medical providers safeguard their rights to reimbursement by sending written notices to no-fault insurers regarding their intent to collect pay on their own? The Michigan […]

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Goodman Acker Takes Pies to the Face to “Whip” Childhood Cancer

From November 1 through November 14, the Detroit personal injury lawyers and legal professionals at Goodman Acker P.C. took part in the #WhipCancer challenge in an effort to raise awareness and funds for pediatric cancer. Thirty two employees were divided into six teams and competed against each other to raise the most money.All funds raised from the challenge were […]

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The Maximum Amount of Survivors’ Loss and Work Loss Benefits Has Changed

According to recent reports, the Michigan Department of Insurance has recently changed the maximum amount of survivors’ loss and work loss benefits that an individual injured in a vehicle accident can obtain in a 30-day period. From October 1 of this year through September 30, 2017, the maximum survivors’ loss benefit and work loss benefit that is […]

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Farm Bureau Insurance Company’s “Helmetless Motorcyclist” Defense is Rejected by Court of Appeals

According to the Michigan Court of Appeals, an uninsured motorcycle rider who was not wearing a helmet at the time of his deadly crash was not excluded from recovering no-fault insurance benefits. This decision came as a result of Estate of Swick v Farm Bureau Insurance Company. The Case The motorcyclist suffered fatal injuries when the […]

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