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Monthly: April 2019

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4 Questions To Ask Your Personal Injury Attorney

If you think you may have a personal injury claim, you need to make sure the attorney who represents your case is a good match for you. Finding the right attorney is about more than just finding someone with the right qualifications at the right price, you want to find a legal representative who can […]

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What Type of Compensation Could I Receive in a Pedestrian Accident?

In any car accident involving a pedestrian, the pedestrian is the most likely to suffer serious, if not deadly, consequences. Pedestrians lack the physical barriers and protective devices that drivers and passengers have, which makes them especially prone to major injuries in a crash. Depending on the nature of the crash, a pedestrian struck by […]

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3 Things You Should Never Say To An Insurance Adjuster

Although your insurance company would have you believe they’re looking out for your best interest, the truth is, they’re a business, and their central interest is in maintaining their bottom line. So, after a damaging car crash, you need to be careful what you say to your insurance adjuster in order to preserve your interests. […]

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Is the NCAA Responsible for Football Traumatic Brain Injuries?

Football has always been a rough, high-contact sport, but that doesn’t mean the players deserve to suffer brutal, lifelong injuries. Although football has been associated with concussions and traumatic brain injuries for years, it’s only recently that we’ve begun to see the link between football and lasting brain trauma. As a result, more people are […]

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Goodman Acker Law Firm Helps Provide Equal Access to Quality Education for Kids in Need
Goodman Acker Law Firm Helps Provide Equal Access to Quality Education for Kids in Need

Goodman Acker, P.C. Proudly Supports First Book with a donation of $7,500. Detroit personal injury law firm Goodman Acker, P.C. is proud to announce our support for First Book. First Book is a nonprofit social enterprise that helps provide equal access to quality education for kids in need. Goodman Acker has developed strong bonds in the community […]

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Goodman Acker Files Lawsuit For Northville Michigan Trip & Fall Injuries

Last month we were interviewed by Channel 7 WXYZ’s Andrea Isom for a trip and fall claim we are pursuing on behalf of our client, Pamela Flanigan. Mrs. Flanigan was out on a shopping trip with her daughter in the days before Christmas 2018 when she tripped and fell on a 1 foot ledge. She […]

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Why It’s Important to Have a Truck Accident Lawyer

For countless individuals each year, navigating the aftermath of a truck accident proves to be extremely difficult to ensure. Unfortunately, this often causes individuals to avoid taking the legal action necessary to obtain justice and compensation. When you’re faced with what is seemingly an uphill battle involving a trucking company and their insurance company, you need your […]

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Ronita Bahri Listed Among Michigan Super Lawyers® Rising Stars for 2019

At Goodman Acker P.C., we would like to congratulate Ronita Bahri, one of our associate attorneys, for receiving the honor of being recognized by Michigan Super Lawyers® among its list of Rising Stars attorneys for 2019. This marks Ms. Bahri’s first year to be listed among the other young new attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers®. Our […]

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Can I Get Disability Insurance If I’m Self-Employed?

In most cases, as long as you are paying your taxes, you have SSDI coverage according to the Social Security Administration. It may, however, not be simple to collect. Working for yourself has several advantages, but it can be tricky to ensure your benefits when you don’t have the protection of an employer. As a […]

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