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Types of Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries (SCIs) affect an estimated 450,000 people in the United States. More than half of all spinal cord injuries occur in patients between the ages of 16 and 30, and 80% of these are male. Nearly a third of SCIs are caused by automobile accidents, and a quarter of these injuries result from […]

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9 Safety Tips for Bike Riders to Avoid Accidents

Biking is a great way to stay fit, help the environment, and avoid getting stuck in traffic. However, cyclists need to protect themselves while they’re out on the road. Whether you’re an experienced bike commuter or you’re just starting out, you’ll want to keep a few tips in mind. That’s why Goodman Acker put together […]

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Michigan Court Overturns Dismissal of Premises Case Represented by Goodman Acker Law Firm

In a unanimous decision, the State of Michigan Court of Appeals recently overturned the Trials Court’s dismissal of our client’s lawsuit resulting from a slip and fall on ice. Goodman Acker is representing the Detroit, Michigan client. Our client was taking his garbage to the communal dumpster of his apartment complex when he fell in […]

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Can Injured Pedestrians be Held at Fault for Pedestrian Accidents?

In cases of pedestrian accidents, it is very rare that the pedestrian does not sustain the most significant injuries. Drivers who are involved in pedestrian accidents rarely sustain any injuries, and if they do, their injuries are minor. However, this does not mean that drivers are always at fault for pedestrian accidents. Yes, this is often […]

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Does Bicycle Insurance Exist, and Should I Have It?

Car insurance is a necessary purchase for any person who drives a car. With a car insurance policy in place, you have a source of financial support in the event that you are injured in a car accident. You may not use a car as your main method of transportation. Instead, you may ride a […]

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How are Bills Paid Before a Car Accident Claim is Resolved?
How are Bills Paid Before a Car Accident Claim is Resolved?

Through a car accident claim with your auto insurance company, you can receive compensation for your medical bills, repair costs, and other damages. Although your insurance company can be very helpful in alleviating these costs, resolving a claim takes time. However, you will be confronted with expenses in the immediate aftermath of a car accident. Other bills […]

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Does No-Fault Car Insurance Cover Pain and Suffering Damages?
Does No-Fault Car Insurance Cover Pain and Suffering Damages?

A car accident causes extensive financial distress. Injury victims and their families must pay for medical bills, the cost of repairing a vehicle, and other expenses. In addition to the financial damages caused by a car accident, collisions also cause pain and suffering. “Pain and suffering” is a legal term that describes the emotional distress, inconvenience, and […]

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Does Not Wearing a Helmet Affect Motorcycle Accident Claims?
Does Not Wearing a Helmet Affect Motorcycle Accident Claims?

It is well known that not wearing a helmet while riding a motorcycle is dangerous. By not wearing a helmet, you greatly increase your likelihood of sustaining a devastating head injury. A lesser-known effect of not wearing a helmet is the impact that this behavior can have on a motorcycle accident claim if you are involved in […]

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Do I Need to Speak to the Other Driver’s Insurance Company?

After a car accident, it is a common practice to exchange insurance information with the other driver. However, in a no-fault state like Michigan, you can receive compensation for your collision damages from your own insurance company. For this reason, you may be wondering if you will need to contact the other driver and their insurance […]

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