May 17, 2023
Why Retain an Attorney When Injured in a Car Accident?
You’ve just been in a car accident, and it’s normal to feel disoriented or even overwhelmed. But don’t worry – you’re not alone. Thousands of people go through this experience every year, and many successfully navigate the legal process with the help of an experienced lawyer. In fact, by taking certain steps and working closely with your attorney, you can significantly increase your chances of obtaining a favorable settlement for your claim
April 17, 2023
Michigan’s Distracted Driving Laws: What You Need to Know
Distracted driving constitutes a significant danger to drivers and pedestrians alike. Distractions while driving have become more frequent due to the widespread use of smartphones and other electronic devices. People also have busier lifestyles, which contribute to this issue; they feel the need to stay connected and check out every notification on their phone, even when they are driving.
March 2, 2023
Car Accident Q&A: Statistics, Settlements, and When to Call an Attorney
We’re answering your most-asked questions about car accidents. From questions about health insurance and Medicare coverage after an accident to settlements and when exactly you should involve a lawyer—we’re talking about all of it!
February 2, 2023
Auto Accidents and Health Insurance in Michigan
Imagine: you’ve just been in a car accident, and you need to be hospitalized. Between the ambulance ride and the medical testing and treatment, costs are adding up fast. How are you going to pay for them? In the state of Michigan, medical coverage is provided as part of No-Fault driver’s insurance (mandatory for all drivers in the state).
January 19, 2023
How Does No-Fault Insurance Work in Michigan?
The state of Michigan implemented changes to its No-Fault car insurance laws in 2020. No Fault insurance states that, after an accident, the driver’s insurance covers costs such as damage and medical bills, regardless of who was at fault. No-Fault insurance automatically comes with something called PIP (or Personal Injury Protection), though drivers have the ability to choose their level of PIP coverage. This portion covers any medical bills that may result from an accident in addition to lost wages and “replacement services,” which provide support to injured individuals while they are unable to do regular tasks, such as grocery shopping or household chores.