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September 28, 2015

Driver Who Struck Pedestrian in Marked Crosswalk in Grand Rapids Resolves Catastrophic-Injury Claim For $1.25 Million (the Insurance Policies’ Limits)

Grand Rapids is Michigan’s second largest city and growing. As the area grows and local economy booms, more residents walk to work or school, increasing the flow of people on sidewalks and using crosswalks. Motorist crashes with pedestrians are rising. In the early evening of Tuesday, December 23, 2014, a 20-year-old woman driving an...
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September 10, 2015

Road Construction Company Pays $1.65 Million to Settle Construction Zone Accident in Manistee, Michigan That Caused Catastrophic Injury to Local Teen

During the early evening rush hour of August 1, 2013, a road construction company blocked and backed up northbound traffic on US Highway 31 in Manistee, Michigan, congesting the nearby intersection of a cross street. Traffic traveling west on the cross street came to the highway intersection and found it clogged by a cavalcade...
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August 4, 2015

Dr. Farid Fata: Michigan Medical Crimes of Causing Intentional Patient Harm. Intentional Acts Differ from and are Well Beyond Medical Negligence (also Known as Medical Malpractice).

Medical Crime A nightmare of criminal fraud: a doctor pumping poisonous chemotherapy drugs into hundreds of patients for years, falsely telling them they had cancer when they did not. The same doctor intentionally over-treated terminal cancer denying them the right to die peacefully. On July 10, 2015, nearly two years after arrest, a federal...
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June 30, 2015

Tracy Morgan: Catastrophically Injured as a Passenger in a Vehicle-for-Hire – What Happens in Michigan?

A year ago, in June 2014, comedians Tracy Morgan and James ”Jimmy Mack” McNair suffered catastrophic crash injuries riding as passengers in a limo bus. The limo flipped over when a Walmart semi truck rear-ended the limo on the New Jersey Turnpike. McNair died at the scene, and medical responders airlifted Morgan and two...
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June 2, 2015

Barriers to Justice for Michigan Patients Injured or Killed by Medical Malpractice

The Michigan legislature, under claims of “tort reform,” has in the last 20 years enacted statutory barriers to justice for patients injured or killed by medical malpractice.  Legal barriers include requirements denying or delaying an injured patient access to the courthouse and baselessly-low ceilings (called “caps”) on recoverable damages.  Even when an injured patient...
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