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  • Attorney Tim Sulolli Wins AIOPIA Top 10 Best in MI for Client Satisfaction Award
    Attorney Tim Sulolli Wins AIOPIA Top 10 Best in MI for Client Satisfaction Award

    Tim Sulloli – an attorney and equity partner of Goodman Acker P.C. in Detroit – has recently accepted the 2019 American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys™ (AIOPIA) 10 Best in Michigan for Client ...

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  • Goodman Acker P.C. Is a Sponsor at the Disability Network Oakland & Macomb County
    Goodman Acker P.C. Is a Sponsor at the Disability Network Oakland & Macomb County

    On August 9 th , Disability Network Oakland & Macomb held their Community Spirit Gala. Goodman Acker P.C. was proud to be a sponsor of the event! The event was held as a celebration of the hard work ...

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  • Dog Bite Liability Claim Laws in the State of Michigan
    Dog Bite Liability Claim Laws in the State of Michigan

    The majority of people have owned a dog at some point in their life, or spent enough time with a friend or family member’s dog to know this: Dogs can lash out, sometimes seemingly unprovoked. Even if ...

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  • How Can a Trucking Company Keep Their Drivers Safe?
    How Can a Trucking Company Keep Their Drivers Safe?

    For a trucking company, there are several obligations to which they must adhere in order to their drivers and others on the road safe. These measures must be taken on a regular basis to keep problems ...

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  • 4 Facts of a Trucking Accident: What You Need to Know
    4 Facts of a Trucking Accident: What You Need to Know

    Trucking accidents are some of the worst that can occur—we know that. They often leave individuals dealing with catastrophic injuries, high medical bills, long recovery times, and a plethora of other ...

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  • Why Should I Hire a Lawyer in a State with No-Fault Liability Laws?
    Why Should I Hire a Lawyer in a State with No-Fault Liability Laws?

    In the context of a car accident, state laws either follow “at-fault” or “no-fault” statutes. These principles determine how the cost of damages are paid in the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision ...

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