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Monthly: May 2018

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Do You Need To Wear a Helmet While Riding a Motorcycle in Michigan?

In Michigan, motorcyclists are allowed to decide for themselves whether or not they will wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle. However, in order to ride without a motorcycle helmet, certain criteria must be met to assure the state that the rider is able to make such a judgment on their own. All riders without […]

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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim in Michigan?

When you lose a loved one because of the negligence or carelessness of another person, you may wish to seek justice and compensation on their behalf. To do so, one would usually pursue a wrongful death lawsuit. However, not just anyone can pursue a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of their loved one. There are […]

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Pursue Compensation for a Birth Injury

Birth injuries occur during labor or delivery, and are often caused by the negligence or carelessness of doctors, nurses, or hospital staff. If your child has suffered a birth injury, you could face millions of dollars in long-term medical treatment and care. That is why it is important to file a claim to pursue compensation […]

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Bicycle Safety – What You Need to Know

Bicyclists have the right-of-way on any road, but unfortunately, bicycle accidents happen all too often. In fact, nearly 1,800 bicycle accidents were reported in Michigan in 2016 alone. Bicyclists are at high risk of injuries or death because they lack the necessary protection that passenger vehicles offer. They do not have seat belts, air bags, […]

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Goodman Acker P.C. Attorney Secures Trial Victory for Victim Injured in Detroit Bicycle Accident

Goodman Acker P.C. is pleased to announce that Associate Attorney Amanda B. Warner was recently successful in securing a trial victory on behalf of a client who suffered multiple injuries in a Detroit bicycle accident, as well as more than $142,000 in compensation for his damages. The case stems from an accident in October of 2015, in […]

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Dark Lights Are Now 4-Way Stops According to New Michigan Law

Lawmakers in Michigan recently passed a bill that will affect drivers when they are approaching an intersection that doesn’t have power. Under this new bill, traffic signals that have lost power should now be treated as a four-way stop by drivers. Lt. Governor Brian Calley signed Senate Bill 521, which will require drivers to treat […]

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