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Blog Posts in January, 2019

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  • What You Need to Know to Protect Your Car in Extreme Cold
    What You Need to Know to Protect Your Car in Extreme Cold

    The Polar Vortex 2019 is here in Michigan and it is not treading lightly. The arctic chill is triggering cold snaps and persistent frosts not seen in the region since 1994 . If you have to drive in ...

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  • Goodman Acker P.C. Filing Lawsuit for Broken Femur During C-Section
    Goodman Acker P.C. Filing Lawsuit for Broken Femur During C-Section

    Goodman Acker P.C. believes in seeking justice and answers for those parents who have had a baby suffer injuries as a result of medical negligence. We are currently handling a birth injury case ...

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  • What To Do for a Car Accident with No Injuries
    What To Do for a Car Accident with No Injuries

    A car crash should never be taken lightly, even if you are lucky enough to walk away without any serious injuries. Car accidents can be extremely difficult to handle, especially because they often ...

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  • Attorney Gerald Acker Named in Top Lawyers of 2019
    Attorney Gerald Acker Named in Top Lawyers of 2019

    Our founder and managing partner, Attorney Gerald H. Acker, was recently selected to the Top Lawyers of 2019 list by DBusiness ! After undergoing an extensive peer review process, Attorney Acker has ...

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  • How Much Compensation Can I Get for a Car Accident Injury?
    How Much Compensation Can I Get for a Car Accident Injury?

    One of the biggest concerns people have after a damaging accident is how much compensation they can receive for an injury. Car accidents can be expensive, especially if you had to take an ambulance to ...

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  • How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim an Injury?
    How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim an Injury?

    If you were involved in a car accident , you might be wondering how long you have to file a lawsuit against the guilty party for your injuries. Each state has different rules about time constraints on ...

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