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  • Gerald Acker Receives AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell
    Gerald Acker Receives AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell

    Goodman Acker P.C. is pleased to announce that firm founder and managing partner Gerald H. Acker has earned an AV®Preeminent™ lawyer rating through Martindale-Hubbell, the most trusted legal ...

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  • 4 of the Most Common Car Accident Injuries
    4 of the Most Common Car Accident Injuries

    Vehicle accidents can cause a countless number of injuries to various body parts. Of course, the type of injuries a car acciden t victim sustains depend on the type of collision, the impact of the ...

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  • Neck Injuries and Car Accidents
    Neck Injuries and Car Accidents

    If you have been involved in a car accident , it is important to seek medical attention promptly, even if you do not immediately feel hurt. Even minor accidents are associated with neck injuries, ...

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  • Will Auto Accident Deaths Increase with Passing of Michigan Bill to Increase Speed Limits?
    Will Auto Accident Deaths Increase with Passing of Michigan Bill to Increase Speed Limits?

    In April 2015, Representative Bradford Jacobsen introduced House Bill 4423, which seeks to increase speed limits and streamline other rules and regulations related to speed limits. If the bill passes, ...

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  • Identifying a Back Injury After a Car Accident
    Identifying a Back Injury After a Car Accident

    Research shows roughly 3 million people suffer serious injuries in automobile accidents every year, and more than 90 people are killed in automobile crashes every day. While car accidents can lead to ...

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  • Pedestrian Deaths Increase by a Near 10% in 2015
    Pedestrian Deaths Increase by a Near 10% in 2015

    According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian fatalities have increased by almost 10% in just the past year. Research shows that this is the largest year-to-year increase since ...

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