Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’ at the Woodward Dream Cruise
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines. It’s that time of year again, the Woodward Dream Cruise. If you planned on taking Woodward to get somewhere, think again. It’ll be filled with hotrods, classic cars, and other strange and vintage automobiles.
Did you know that Woodward Dream Cruise started as a fundraiser for a soccer field being built in Ferndale, Michigan? Seriously, now it’s grown into an international phenomenon. I mean, we are the Motor City, we need a car show that stretches up one of Michigan’s most iconic roads, Woodward Avenue. Today, the event brings in more than 1 and a half million people from all around the world.
The cruise covers Birmingham, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, Ferndale, Pontiac, Royal Oak, Bloomfield Hills, and Berkley.
As your Michigan car, truck, and motorcycle injury law firm, we wish everyone involved in the Dream Cruise some happy cruising. So, rev your engines, spin your tires, and take a trip up and down Woodward Avenue.
Did you know that every two seconds in America someone is injured or disabled in a traffic accident? These crashes result in approximately 230 billion dollars of damage per year. Sometimes the injuries are obvious and life-threatening. Other times, even serious symptoms may not become apparent until much later.
If you’ve been injured in an car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident, you may be entitled to a settlement or financial compensation. Even bicyclists and pedestrians have legal rights which entitle them to financial awards. Don’t fight alone and don’t wait to get the justice and compensation you deserve.
Unfortunately, many victims will not receive their fair and just compensation because they didn’t contact a skilled Michigan attorney. We have the grit, determination, and resources to fight for your compensation. Don’t settle for little to nothing because an insurance adjustor tries to intimidate you. After representing thousands of Michigan accident victims we have inside information that the insurance companies don’t want you to know.