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December 21, 2022

Michigan Auto Accidents and the Toward Zero Deaths Campaign

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Michigan State Police have continued their Toward Zero Deaths (TZD) statewide-safety campaign this year. This campaign is based on the national strategy on highway safety aimed at affecting driver behavior and improving safety. With more than 42,900 fatalities occurring on U.S. highways each year, road safety...
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December 9, 2022

What is the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA)?

The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) states that the federal government acts as a self-insurer and recognizes liability for the negligent or wrongful acts or omissions of its employees while acting within the scope of their official duties. With the FTCA, the United States is liable to the same level that an individual person...
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December 5, 2022

How Insurance Companies Protect Profits

In order to drive a vehicle on Michigan’s roads and highways, you must have auto insurance. You purchase an insurance policy to protect you and your family against both financial loss and bodily injury if you are involved in an accident. You may think that it’s a simple process when you’re in a car...
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What is Patient Safety?

Patient safety means the way in which hospitals, clinics, physicians, nurses, and other healthcare organizations and professionals protect their patients from errors, injuries, accidents, and infections. Statistics show that every year, one out of every 25 patients develops an infection that didn’t have to happen while in the hospital. A Medicare patient has a...
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November 21, 2022

The Michigan Model

In a typical medical malpractice lawsuit, a patient claims that they have been injured because of the actions or inactions of a medical professional. The patient who alleges negligent medical malpractice must prove four elements: (1) a duty of care was owed by the medical professional; (2) the medical professional violated the applicable standard...
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