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Goodman Acker Proved Fault in Car Accident Claim Despite Police Report

The police report for our client said he was at fault. Goodman Acker proved different and won. After a 9-year old boy was struck by a Jeep while he was crossing the street as his mother watched from her porch, police accused the 9-year-old of running out into the street and placed no fault on […]

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What Damages Can Be Recovered in an Underinsured Motorist Claim in Michigan?

Not all auto insurance policies are created equally. Motorists may elect to carry minimum personal injury liability coverage that’s woefully inadequate if a serious accident happens. This is where underinsured motorist coverage steps in. Michigan underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage may be the only option to recover losses. If you have UIM coverage, your own insurance […]

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Can You Go to Jail for Accidentally Hitting Someone With Your Car?

Many motorists in the US are involved in motor vehicle accidents every year. While most are vehicle to vehicle accidents, the number of those involved in car-pedestrian accidents is troubling. Driving is a huge responsibility that should be done carefully to avoid causing injury or death to pedestrians. If you hit someone, the consequences can […]

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How is Fault Determined in a Car Accident?

Determining fault in a Michigan auto accident is not always as straightforward as you might assume. Assigning liability can be more challenging when there are more than two vehicles involved in the accident. Every collision is different, and determining fault requires a thorough investigation and sometimes the use of experts. If you or a loved […]

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Will I See Savings on My Car Insurance Bill Under the New Michigan No-Fault Law?

As you probably know by now, Michigan has recently undergone a massive change in the way auto insurance works. You must now choose from one of the following protection levels to receive no-fault medical benefits for your auto insurance policy issued or renewed after July 1, 2020: $50,000 in medical coverage $250,000 in medical coverage $500,000 in […]

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Understanding the Types of Car Accidents

And How They Happen Anytime your vehicle collides with another car or object, you have experienced a car accident. Car accidents can be minor, like bumping into the side of your own parking garage, or extremely severe, like colliding head-on with another vehicle. Most car accidents fall into certain categories, which we will outline below. Many […]

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What Happens After a Hit and Run?

Leaving the scene of an accident is a crime, but that doesn’t stop some people from doing so. Hit-and-run crashes can be much worse than typical car accidents. With no one to call for help, injuries can intensify – and it can be difficult to hold the at-fault driver accountable. Sometimes, the police never find the […]

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Can You Get a Ticket for Not Wearing a Seatbelt in Michigan?

Yes, you can get a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt in Michigan. You can even get a ticket if your passenger is not wearing a seatbelt. In 2018, the state joined the nationwide “Click It or Ticket” campaign and began issuing $65 tickets for unbuckled drivers and front seat passengers. Each year, Michigan State Police also host […]

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The Future of Auto Insurance is Now: New No-Fault Auto Insurance Coverage Options
The Future of Auto Insurance is Now: New No-Fault Auto Insurance Coverage Options

As of July 1, 2020, all Michigan drivers and their insurance policies are affected by the state’s new no-fault auto insurance law. It’s important to be aware of how this new law will impact you if you or someone you love is injured in a car accident. Keep reading to learn more about Michigan’s new no-fault […]

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