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What to do after a Motorcycle Accident in Michigan
10 Things to do after a Motorcycle Accident in Michigan 10 Things to do after a motorcycle accident in Michigan are discussed in this article. Motorcycling is a passion for many people in Michigan as there is nothing compared to the intense rush of air while enjoying a ride on your motorcycle. However, most riders, particularly...
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The Top 5 Michigan Motorcycle Safety Tips
The Top 5 Michigan Motorcycle Safety Tips As reported by the Department of Transportation (DOT), there are 8,410,255 registered motorcycles across the United States. Motorcycle fatalities have increasing rates by more than 8% between 2014 and 2015, and almost 5,000 people die in fatal crashes each year. Rates of motorcycle-related injuries have slightly decreased, however,...
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Michigan Motorcycle Accident Laws
Michigan Motorcycle Accident Laws If you are injured in a motorcycle accident in Michigan, you can sue the negligent party.  In order to be able to successfully go through with this claim, you must have suffered serious harm or damage to an important body function, an enduring disfigurement, or death. Under Michigan law, to recover...
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Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents
Common Causes of Motorcycle Accidents It is commonly understood that motorcyclists have less protection than other drivers on the road. Many of the safety features provided with operating a normal motor vehicle, like airbags and seat belts. Motorcyclists typically only have the clothes on their back and the helmet on their head. That is why...
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How do I file a Michigan Civil Rights Claim?
How do I file a Michigan Civil Rights Claim? As a Michigan civil rights lawyer, I am frequently contacted by people seeking advice on how to address work place discrimination and harassment. After carefully listening to the circumstances prompting the call, I ask, “Does your company have a reporting policy dealing with discrimination or harassment...
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In an April 29 Crain’s Detroit Business article—“DMC exec challenges auto insurers to cuts”—Chad Livengood reported on Conrad Mallett’s proposed ideas for auto insurance reform that he presented at a recent Citizen Detroit forum on the topic. While I was intrigued by what was written in the article, I was also a bit perplexed by...
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Brian Dickerson of the Detroit Free Press recently wrote an op-ed that explored the role government immunity plays in denying liability and responsibility for government employees whose poor decision making has caused harm. (Who pays when the government screws up? 2/4/18). It’s an interesting read, as Dickerson looks at the historical background that spawned the...
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If you live in Michigan or another cold weather state but still love to be outdoors, it’s hard to ignore the allure of fun activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and other outdoor recreational options. While they do carry an element risk, these activities can generally be safely enjoyed by sober participants obeying written and common...
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When someone enters your property, they have a reasonable expectation of not getting injured. This means that you, as a property owner (or non-owner resident), are responsible for maintaining a relatively safe environment. This is known as “premises liability.” For example, a courier delivering a package may sue you for injuries if he slips and...
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I’m proud to say that I am a rugby guy. I have been around the sport for nearly three decades. Early in my career, I was a member of the Michigan Rugby Club (serving as its captain in 2002-03). I was also a member of the Detroit Tradesmen Rugby Club in 2008 when they made...
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