Many auto insurance companies use common tactics to either avoid or minimize their payouts to customers after a car or truck accident. Learn what steps you can take to protect yourself both before and after an auto accident. Read and Understand the Fine Print in Your Insurance P...
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Don’t Let Defense Attorneys Blame the Victim As some NTSB statistics have shown, far too often a motorcyclist is drunk, speeding or has exercised poor driving judgment when involved in an accident.
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Myth 1: No-fault is similar to most other states’ auto laws Michigan no-fault law is widely misinterpreted by residents who find the details of who pays for what fairly confusing. While other states
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Michigan truck accidents are different from other auto accidents. Learn about important legal issues with truck accidents to protect yourself.
Michigan's 100 high-crash roads West Michigan is always one of the first places in the state to get heavy snow, especially with the dramatic lake effect. The Michigan State Police recently published
Lansing's High Crash Roads The Michigan State Police recently published 2008 data for Michigan’s top 100 high-crash roads with two stretches of Ingham County roads making the list. The Lansing area
Under-estimating Auto Insurance Companies Expect that your auto insurance company and at-fault driver’s insurance company will conduct surveillance and hire investigators to take photos and videos o