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Who Is Liable in a Truck Accident?

Who is liable in a truck accident will depend on the crash’s circumstances. However, potentially at-fault parties usually include the commercial truck driver or the driver’s employer. No matter who caused your truck crash, determining who is liable for your injuries and damages is vital to your financial recovery. If…

Non-Economic Damages in a Personal Injury Case

Non-economic damages in a personal injury case, such as pain, suffering, and similar losses, aren’t tied to a specific bill, so they are called “non-economic.” Money can never make up for the suffering from a serious auto accident. It is difficult to determine a monetary amount when an accident leaves…

Average Settlements for Motorcycle Accidents

Compensation for a motorcycle collision depends on various factors unique to the accident and the injured party. Therefore, the average settlement for motorcycle accidents can range widely based on the case’s circumstances. Motorcycle riders are more vulnerable to injuries because bikes are less visible than cars and lack the protection…

Average Dog Bite Settlement Amounts

There is no way to determine the average dog bite settlement amount, as there is no reliable source for such information. Instead, our personal injury attorneys who lead these cases seek the financial recovery each dog bite victim is entitled to. When we win a compensation case, our personalized, detailed…

Should I Sue for a Minor Car Accident

You should sue for a minor car accident if it injured you and you now have significant medical expenses. However, in Michigan, you must exhaust your No-Fault insurance coverage before seeking compensation from a liable party. Below, we explain more about personal injury lawsuits and how to pursue financial recovery…

Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accident Bills?

Health insurance will cover car accident bills for medical treatment if you have coordinated No-Fault insurance. Health insurance will also cover medical bills exceeding your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. Below, you can learn about health and auto insurance in Michigan and how you can recover compensation after a motor…

Can I Change Lawyers in the Middle of a Case

You can change lawyers in the middle of a case. If you are not satisfied with your personal injury attorney’s services, you can change representation for almost any reason at nearly any time. However, you should hire new counsel before you fire your current lawyer. Read on to learn more…

Things to Look for in a Personal Injury Lawyer

If someone else’s negligent actions hurt you or your loved one, you may be able to seek personal injury compensation. It may benefit you to hire a personal injury lawyer to help you navigate your insurance claim or lawsuit and prove that another party is liable for your damages. If…

What Is a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury suffered after an outside force injures the head. It can occur after a trip or fall or when an object strikes someone. Symptoms can range from difficulty concentrating and remembering to loss of consciousness and seizures. Some traumatic brain injuries don’t show…

Premises Liability Laws in Michigan

Premises liability laws in Michigan revolve around the legal duty of care property owners owe their visitors. When that duty of care is violated, causing someone injury, that person can potentially hold the premises owner liable for losses like medical bills, lost income, and pain and suffering. Understanding these laws…