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Lawyers’ Corner: Adult Foster Care in Keys of Life v Auto-Owners Ins Co

Adult foster care bridges the gap between inpatient care independent living. But a recent Michigan Court of Appeals case warns that not all facilities are created equal. Licensing can be the difference between easy no-fault benefits and a long court battle.

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Lawyers’ Corner: Auto Repair Negligence in Gusmano v Barney’s Auto Servs

In a serious injury accident, auto accident attorneys sometimes need to get creative to find liability. When a car malfunction results in a car accident, the spotlight can turn to auto repair negligence claims. But as a recent case suggests, proving negligence isn’t always easy.

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Lawyers’ Corner: Lost Wages in Brewart v Mid-Century Ins Co

The Michigan No-Fault Act provides for up to 3 years of lost wages. But what if your auto accident client is a business owner? How can an entrepreneur, whose income may vary over time, recover lost wages?

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Lawyers’ Corner: Domicile in Westfield Ins Co v Progressive Ins Co

Auto accidents can happen anywhere, anytime, to anyone. And that includes couples going through marital troubles or divorce. If husband and wife aren’t living under the same roof when the accident happens, does the estranged spouse’s domicile matter in receiving no-fault benefits?

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Lawyers’ Corner: Uncooperative Injured Party in Perryman v Farm Bureau Mut Ins Co

When you represent a medical provider, an uncooperative injured party can make everyone’s case more difficult. But is there anything you can do when the injured plaintiff drops out of the case? A new Michigan Court of Appeals decision has some suggestions.

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