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How Do I Pay a Medical Malpractice or Vehicle Accident Attorney for Time and Expenses?

Most medical malpractice and personal injury cases are handled on a contingency fee agreement. This is a fee arrangement where an attorney or firm agrees that the payment of legal fees will be contingent upon the successful outcome of the case. Typically, a contingency fee will be a percentage of the proceeds obtained by...
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August 14, 2023

What To Do When At-Fault Driver Refuses to Provide Insurance Information After an Accident

Like many other states, under Michigan No-Fault law, all drivers must have proof of insurance that the motor vehicle is insured. When an accident occurs, if the other driver refuses to give his or her insurance information, what should you do? First of all, stay calm and call the police. Regardless of whether the...
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August 7, 2023

Supreme Court Says Michigan No-Fault Statute Not Retroactive

The plaintiffs in a recent case were two people who suffered traumatic injuries in auto accidents before 2019. They were provided uncapped lifetime medical care covered by personal protection insurance (PIP) benefits under insurance policies and consistent with Michigan's No-Fault Act. On appeal, they argued that the 2019 amendments of MCL § 500.3157 shouldn’t...
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July 28, 2023

A Crash Course on Car Insurance in Michigan

Understanding the way in which automobile insurance works is critical to be certain that protected when driving in Michigan. To drive legally in Michigan, the law requires you to purchase no-fault automobile insurance. If you or your family are injured in an auto accident, your auto insurance will pay all reasonably necessary expenses up...
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June 9, 2023

Michigan’s New Distracted Driving Law

Beginning June 30th, motorists in Michigan will be prohibited from holding—and in most instances—using a mobile device while operating a motor vehicle. Drivers who violate the new law will face fines and mandatory community service hours. Drivers can be fined if they’re stopped by law enforcement for holding their phones up during a call,...
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