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When you’re working in construction, there’s a certain amount of risk that comes along with it. With all the powerful tools, heavy equipment, electrical wires, and work that involves being high off the ground, its easy to see how much potential there is for construction site accidents to happen. There’s so much that can go

Have you ever bought something, thinking it would be a wonderful product, only to have it not work out quite as well as you expected it to? This happens to everyone at some point, and in most cases, the defective product doesn’t cause any major problems; at most, you’ll be mildly inconvenienced by having to

One of the first things you learn when you take a driver education class is that the pedestrian always has the right of way. Drivers have a responsibility to remain vigilantly aware of their surroundings and exercise a reasonable amount of caution to prevent accidents from happening. When a car has an accident with a

Many adults have a tendency to think of children as being just like adults, only smaller. But this way of thinking can be dangerous when it comes to educating children about proper pedestrian safety. Children and adults have significant physical and cognitive differences that make it impossible for children to react to traffic in the

If you’ve ever taken a driver’s education class, you’ve probably heard the term “defensive driving” before. Defensive driving programs started being instituted in 1964 and continue to be widely used today. But what is defensive driving? Defensive driving is officially defined as “driving to save lives, time, and money in spite of the conditions around

If you’re a motorcycle owner, you know how great it can be to hop on your bike and go for a ride. You’re probably also no stranger to people thinking you’re doing the most dangerous thing in the world by riding a motorcycle. While riding a motorcycle can be fun, the statistics show that it

If you’re afraid of dogs, you’re not alone. Phobias of dogs, also known as cynophobia, are one of the most common types of phobias. In many cases, it’s completely understandable how a person would end up being afraid of dogs. Dog phobias are frequently caused in one of three ways: being bitten or attacked by

30,000 people die on the highway every year in the United States and 1 out of 7 of those deaths involve an accident with a large commercial truck. You might think that an accident involving a large truck would be a lot like a regular car accident, but they’re actually quite different. If you have

In the state of Michigan, workers compensation provides people injured on the job with benefits for three key things: health care, vocational rehabilitation, and wage loss. Health Care When you’re hurt on the job, first and foremost, you need to get medical attention right away. Your employer or their insurance company is responsible for covering

All About Michigan No-Fault

Friday, 17 October 2014 by

In the state of Michigan, all drivers are required to carry no-fault car insurance. Michigan isn’t the only state with a no-fault law, but Michigan’s no-fault law is unique.  In fact, Michigan has often been called the only truly no-fault state in the country. All Michigan drivers are required to carry auto insurance that covers