Goodman Acker Partner Jordan Acker Demands that Insurers & Lawyers “Do Better” Many of you have probably read the article in Crain’s about the “flood” of suits into Oakland and Macomb County courts over the last few years. Read the article here. It’s something we as Plaintiff lawyers have seen, especially since the Covenant decision came down. Let […]Learn More
Goodman Acker, P.C. is thrilled to announce that our Partner and co-founder, Barry Goodman, has been appointed to the Mackinac Island Commission by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. This is Goodman’s second term on the Commission. He previously served from 2007-2013, and was lauded at the end of his term by Mackinac State Historic Parks Director Phil […]Learn More
Goodman Acker P.C. is pleased to announce that three of our lawyers have been named to the list of Leading Lawyers. Attorneys Gerald H. Acker, Barry J. Goodman, and Tim Sulolli were all listed this year. Less than 5% of all lawyers licensed in the state of Michigan receive the distinction of Leading Lawyer. The […]Learn More
When a large truck accident occurs, the individuals involved are often left dealing with a number of injuries. This often means long-term damages and it makes it increasingly important to recognize what damages may be recovered following the injury. In terms of truck accidents, the party who sustains injury may be able to recover economic and non-economic […]Learn More
We are very pleased to announce that a member of the Goodman Acker P.C. legal team, Michelle Aaron, has been distinguished as a member of the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Michigan. This invitation-only award is given to the most talented and accomplished civil plaintiff and criminal defense trial attorneys in each […]Learn More
The Detroit personal injury attorneys at Goodman Acker, P.C. are proud to sponsor A Night in Nineveh: A Journey Through Time. The Shlama Foundation is hosting this important community fundraiser as part of their mission to help the people of Nineveh rebuild their lives after the destructive ISIS attack in 2014. The event was held on Friday, […]Learn More
Corporations and property owners in Michigan have a duty to make sure their property is safe and free of hazards… so one would think. Michigan courts have historically held that if what caused you to fall was “open and obvious” the property owner cannot be held responsible. Michigan’s Open and Obvious Danger Doctrine protects property […]Learn More
Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tell us that more at least 3,450 individuals died in distracted driving crashes in 2016 alone, while countless more suffered injuries. According to some experts, that rate may even be on the rise. Distracted driving is a well-known hazard, yet these accidents continue to occur—why? It can be difficult […]Learn More
The Michigan no-fault insurance law helps injured motorists cover the cost of damages in most motor vehicle accidents. However, these laws don’t necessarily extend to all different types of vehicles on the road. Motorcycles, for one, are not covered under the Michigan no-fault law, which means motorcyclists may not receive compensation after a crash. If […]Learn More
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