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Christensen Law’s Safe Ride Home program has paid for over 300 rides in Southeast Michigan over the past year. Now the program is headed north to Genesee County. Drinking and driving isn’t limited to big cities. Michigan residents who live further from urban centers like Detroit or Ann Arbor may…

All across Michigan, residents and visitors will soon be raising a glass to 2017. But without a designated driver, a New Year’s Eve celebration can quickly turn into a tragic drunk driving accident. Don’t put yourself or your loved ones at risk. Get a Safe Ride Home from Christensen Law….

A traumatic brain injury isn’t just a one-time event. For many seriously injured TBI patients, including Formula 1 racer Michael Schumacher, the road to recovery can take years. That’s why Schumacher’s family has launched the Keep Fighting Initiative, to encourage all those who fight every day. On December 29, 2013,…

The Michigan economy has long depended on automobile manufacturing and development to drive it forward. Now the state says that the driver may be an autonomous vehicle. Michigan has been at the heart of the autonomous vehicle movement for quite a while. The University of Michigan houses “MCity” – a realistic…

A traumatic brain injury can affect everything from memory to mobility. But a TBI causes blindness can be particularly disabling. Now a study shows surgery can restore TBI patients’ vision, even months after the injury. Imagine waking up after an auto accident blind. The one-two punch of the TBI and the…

When a client has both health insurance and no-fault auto insurance it should be a good thing. But when the coordinated insurance companies argue over the coverage, it could make your case that much more difficult. Coordinated insurance is intended to allow Michigan motorists to save money and ensure quality…

Combat is dangerous. But when traumatic brain injury (TBI) and other mental illnesses cause behavioral problems among soldiers, the Army may be defaulting to discharge instead of treatment. A new report suggests that for victims of TBI and combat-related mental illness, dismissal may be in their future, instead of care….