Injuries, wrecks, accidents or disasters, life is unpredictable and eventually you may need to face an insurance company to recover funds for damages inflicted by the negligence of another.
When you go to a concert, you expect to get a live performance from your favorite artist that you will never forget. Unfortunately, for one fan, all he received after attending a Rae Sremmurd concert, was permanent scarring
You may have heard in the news recently that The Labor Department just announced that it completed one of the most ambitious economic reforms of the Obama era, finalizing a new rule that
A jury has awarded nearly $37 million to our client who was arrested for drunk driving and taken to the Genesee County jail where he was pepper-sprayed, hit with a stun gun and
Ferguson…. Garner… What the heck is going on in America? Police violence has been plastered all over our televisions lately in a way we haven’t seen since Rodney King. This week’s blog post is about police brutality and what you need to know.
Can you sue in Michigan for an auto accident even though its “No-Fault”? The short answer is yes, if your injuries are serious enough. In my previous two blog posts, I explained what to do if you are in an auto accident and how the Michigan auto no-fault system works. Today, I’m going to explain
In Michigan, when we talk about auto insurance and auto accidents we hear the same familiar phrases: “Michigan is a no fault state”, “first-party benefits”, “third-party case”. But while everyone seems to know that Michigan is a “no fault” state, do we really know what that means?