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Lawyers’ Corner: Domicile in Ortwine v Grange Ins Co of Michigan

Where do college students really live? A student’s domicile can mean the difference between complete PIP no-fault benefits and a hurried Assigned Claims application. 

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Could TBI Have Led to the Charlotte Police Shooting?

The city of Charlotte, North Carolina has faced a week of protests, some of which were violent, after a Charlotte police shooting involving Keith Lamont Scott. Family members wonder, could Scott’s response to the police have been caused by a TBI? 

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Motorcycle Helmet Law Repeal Sponsor Dies in Crash

A lot of science goes into constructing motorcycle helmets that will save lives. But that doesn’t do any good if riders choose not to wear them. The recent death of Michigan State Representative Peter Petallia, who sponsored the repeal of Michigan’s helmet law puts that choice in stark relief.

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Book Relates Struggle Against Motorcycle Insurance Red Tape

A hit-and-run motorcycle accident can turn your life upside down in a moment. A new book, “The Ride, the Rose and the Resurrection” relates the full effects of a serious accident, from the physical pain to the struggle against motorcycle insurance companies’ red tape.

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Lawyers’ Corner: Governmental Immunity in Kosis v City of Livonia

As a general rule, you can’t sue the government for not doing its job. Unless, that is, you are on a highway. A recent decision by the Michigan Court of Appeals addresses the “Highway Exception” to governmental immunity and how it applies to motorcycle accidents, even when there are no cars involved.

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