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September 1, 2022

Michigan Supreme Court Says No-Fault Act Amendments Apply Only Prospectively

The Michigan Supreme Court recently answered the question whether the 2019 legislative amendments to the No-Fault Act, MCL 500.3101 et seq., that limited reimbursement for expenses covered by personal protection insurance applied retroactively. If so, this would limit benefits to those injured before the effective date of the amendments. In the case of Andary...
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August 30, 2022

Actor Bill Paxton’s Family Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit with Hospital

Medical malpractice occurs when a hospital, physician, or other healthcare worker causes an injury to a patient by a negligent act or omission. The negligence may be from mistakes in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare, or health management. Medical errors can happen to anyone, including well-known celebrities, athletes, and performers. In fact, medical malpractice led to...
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August 22, 2022

Interested Persons in a Michigan Wrongful Death Lawsuit

A personal injury action is filed by a victim when another person’s negligence results in serious injuries. And when a person dies from injuries from negligence, it’s known as a wrongful death claim. Under Michigan law, “wrongful death” is defined as a death caused by any "wrongful act, neglect, or fault of another" that...
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August 11, 2022

Using Expert Witnesses in a Michigan Medical Malpractice Case

When a patient brings a medical malpractice lawsuit, he or she must prove that the doctor or hospital caused their injuries. Because this type of case involves complicated issues and terminology, an expert witness is engaged to assist the jury. The expert witness will render their professional opinion about whether or not the physician,...
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August 8, 2022

Rules of the Road for Michigan Bicyclists

If you enjoy riding a bicycle in the beautiful outdoors of the Wolverine State, you should understand that you have a number of rights and responsibilities. As a general rule, when you’re riding a bicycle on Michigan roads, you should follow the same rules as motorists. While a bicyclist cited for a violation doesn’t...
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