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In the world of cars, autonomous technology has been one of the most significant — and fiercely debated — developments in recent years. Whether you’re talking about cars that drive themselves with little-to-no input from the driver or semi-autonomous features like backup cameras or lane departure warnings, it’s technology that has revolutionized the way we

Not all states have the same laws regarding dog bites. Generally speaking, dog bite laws around the country tend to fall into two main categories: strict liability and “one bite.” But what’s the difference between these types of laws? Strict Liability Dog Bite Laws Strict liability dog bite laws are the most common type of

It’s no secret that Michigan’s roads are in pretty rough shape. Throughout the winter and spring seasons, it’s not at all uncommon to encounter a few potholes as you’re out driving. In a state like Michigan, where the weather has a reputation for being bitterly cold one day and springlike the next, it’s understandable why

Because of an episode of This is Us, the topic of slow cooker safety has gotten a lot of attention lately. Consumer Reports states that it is possible, in theory, for a slow cooker to start a fire, but the odds of it happening are actually pretty low. Many other kitchen appliances, such as ranges,

Medical science has come a long way in improving care for babies born prematurely. Thanks to advances in medical technology, most babies born after 24 weeks of gestation are now able to survive if they are given proper care. But despite all the progress that has been made, one simple fact remains: the bodies of

Recently, a couple from San Antonio, Texas was convicted after a dog they owned viciously mauled their 73-year-old neighbor Doris Mixon Smith. Alphonso McCloud was sentenced to four years in prison and his wife, Stanyelle Miles-McCloud was sentenced to ten years of probation. On March 6, 2017 Mixon Smith had been gardening in her front

Without a doubt, Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law is one of the most unique — and controversial — laws in the state. If you’re severely injured in a car accident, the benefits you can receive under the Michigan no-fault law are absolutely priceless. But others see the law as being the reason for the fact

Every type of medical procedure comes with its own benefits and risks and amniotomy, or artificially rupturing the amniotic sac surrounding a baby, is just one of them. Amniotomy is commonly used if a mother is overdue and her water hasn’t broken yet, to allow for fetal monitoring, or to test the color of the

In a surprise decision, the jury hearing the case of Justin Smith, a dog owner in Cass County, Michigan whose dog was accused of mauling two young children and their grandmother, was found not guilty. After a three-day trial, the six-person jury unanimously found that Smith’s dog was not involved in the attack. Smith had

In a state like Michigan, winter driving isn’t always easy. Even if you make every effort to stay safe on the roads, from making sure your car is prepared to handle winter conditions to following best winter driving practices, there’s still a chance that you could still end up being involved in a car accident.

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