Detroit Personal Injury Lawyers Fighting For The Injured

Blog Posts in February, 2018

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  • Inkster Car Accident Lawsuit Filed for Head-On Collision
    Inkster Car Accident Lawsuit Filed for Head-On Collision

    We believe negligent and reckless drivers must be held accountable in court. Our firm has filed a lawsuit on behalf of our injured client, who was involved in a head-on collision with another driver. ...

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  • Understanding Tire Defects & Recalls
    Understanding Tire Defects & Recalls

    If car parts are in any way faulty or broken, they could become extremely dangerous and may lead to serious or fatal accidents. One of the most common types of vehicle defects has to do with faulty ...

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  • How to Deal with Insurance Adjusters After a Car Accident
    How to Deal with Insurance Adjusters After a Car Accident

    After being involved in a car accident, insurance adjusters will work diligently to ensure you receive little to no compensation at all for your injuries. They might sound helpful or friendly, but ...

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  • Truck Accident Liability: Who is At Fault?
    Truck Accident Liability: Who is At Fault?

    Truck accidents can be extremely damaging and may leave multiple people injured or worse. Semi-trucks weigh an average of 80,000 pounds and can cause serious devastation to anyone and anything in its ...

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  • 7 Bicycle Safety Tips Everyone Should Know
    7 Bicycle Safety Tips Everyone Should Know

    Bicyclist Safety Tips Being a cyclist can be dangerous. With potential dangers like careless drivers, weather hazards, poorly maintained roads, and other threats, it is important that all bicyclists ...

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  • Ambulance Chasing - What You Need to Know About This Illegal Activity
    Ambulance Chasing - What You Need to Know About This Illegal Activity

    When someone is injured, they may hire a personal injury attorney to fight on their behalf and uphold their best interests. However, some unscrupulous lawyers care more about their wallets than about ...

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