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Ways to Stay Safe on a Motorcycle

Monday, 27 October 2014 by

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

What to Do If You’re Afraid of Dogs

Friday, 24 October 2014 by

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

Michigan legislators have introduced bills that would permanently revoke the medical licenses of doctors found to be intentionally breaking the law. The legislation was introduced in response to the case of cancer specialist Farid Fata. Last month, Fata pleaded guilty to 13 counts of healthcare fraud. Fata would knowingly misdiagnose patients and order medically unnecessary

Rod VanDyke, a teacher at South Christian High School in Grand Rapids, MI, has died after his bicycle was hit by a car on the morning of October 7th. VanDyke was riding his bike to work and was riding southbound on 36th Ave. in Georgetown Township when his bicycle was hit from behind by a

An unidentified Detroit man remains in severely critical condition after being viciously attacked by a pack of twelve pitbulls. A neighbor called police to the 4500 block of Pennsylvania on the night of Oct. 2 to report the dog attack. Police were forced to shoot at the dogs to stop the attack. One dog was

5-Year-Old Dies After Pedestrian Accident

Wednesday, 08 October 2014 by

5-year-old Anna Schwalb of Superior Township has died after being hit by a car on September 26th. Schwalb had been in Ann Arbor with her family for a Rosh Hashanah celebration that night. The family was trying to cross the Geddes Avenue near Onondaga Street at about 7:45 PM. There is no traffic light or

13-year-old Christian Lorinczy has died after being accidentally electrocuted by a fence at Lincoln High School in Augusta Township. Lorinczy had been at the high school watching his cousin play in a football game on the night of September 30th. During the game, he was playing catch with friends when he came into contact with