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Can I Sue Someone for Intentional Injuries?

It’s possible to be injured by another person under a variety of circumstances. Sometimes, people don’t intend to cause you injury, such as in the case of an auto wreck. Even if they didn’t intend to harm you, they can still be held accountable for your losses. But what about when someone intentionally hurts you? […]

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Tips for Maximizing the Value of Your No-Fault Claim

Michigan uses a no-fault system when it comes to auto injury claims. If you’ve been injured in a vehicle crash, you will likely be required to first utilize your own insurance coverage, regardless of who caused the accident. Filing a claim is simple in theory, but it can be difficult to deal with insurance companies—even […]

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Lawmakers Renew Push To Overhaul Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance System

State legislators appear intent on once again trying to “reform” Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance system. Members of both the House and Senate have already introduced two proposals in the new 2019-20 legislative session, purportedly aimed at slashing auto insurance rates. House Bill 4024, introduced January 10, 2019, would make insurance reform a 2020 ballot proposal, […]

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Who Pays When a Dog Bites?

If you’ve been injured due to a dog bite, or if you are the owner of a dog who has bitten someone, you are probably wondering who is going to be responsible for covering the costs stemming from the injuries the victim sustained. After all, the dog certainly can’t be found liable. Below we discuss […]

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Exceptions to Michigan’s Personal Injury Statute of Limitations

When you’ve suffered a serious injury due to another’s irresponsible and negligent actions, they should be held liable. This includes compensating you for the injuries you sustained and the losses you endured as a result of those injuries. However, your case could fall apart if your claim isn’t filed within the statute of limitations. What’s […]

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