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Vehicle Crash

January 6, 2023

Preparing Your Care For Winter (Blizzards) in Michigan

Winter is here! With snow sure to be in the upcoming forecast around Grand Rapids, you need to be certain that your vehicles are prepared for the cold. If you’ve been in our state for any time, you know that we can experience freezing rain and snow with frigid temperatures from October all the...
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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 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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November 11, 2022

Can I Recover Lost Wages from a Car Accident in Michigan?

Insured Michigan drivers are protected under the state’s no-fault insurance statute. This law provides lost wages and other benefits when you’re injured in a car crash, no matter who is at fault. This means that your own auto insurance policy will cover some of your injury-related costs no matter if you were at fault...
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October 3, 2022

What Mistakes Can an Accident Victim Make in Speaking with Doctors after a Car Crash?

After an auto accident where you’re seriously injured (or even if you think you might be), you need to seek medical treatment. Of course, if you are arriving at the ER or hospital directly from the scene, you will be agitated, emotional, and possibly upset. It may feel good to talk about the collision...
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