Michigan Vehicle Accidents News & Facts | Goodwin & Scieszka

As of 2012: Fatalities 936 Fatality Rate (Deaths Per 100 Million Vehicle Miles) 0.99 Number of Persons Injured 70,518 Total Crash Rate 290.48 Total Crashes 273,891 Personal Injury Crash Rate 54.82 Fatal Crashes 870 Property Damage Crash Rate 234.74 Injury Crashes 51,685 Fatal Crash Rate 0.92 Property Damage Only Crashes 221,336 Alcohol-Related Crashes 10,014 Annual

Northwestern Highway recently added bicycle lanes from 14 mile to Inkster, and while Northwestern Highway has a 50 M.P.H. speed limit, it doesn’t mean that bikes can’t safely share the road with Michigan’s drivers. Drivers need to remember that if they see person riding their bicycle, then they should approach with caution. If no one

Under the Michigan Liquor Control Code of 1998, also known as the Dramshop Act, if a person that’s visibly intoxicated has injured you, then you can collect from the licensed establishment that over-served them. According to the Dramshop Act: This section provides the exclusive remedy for money damages against a licensee arising out of the

As summer winds down, and the fall months start rolling in, Goodwin and Scieszka wants to take the time to remind our followers of the importance of driving safely, but more importantly, driving safely around semi trucks, garbage trucks, and larger utility vehicles. Remember, these vehicles have limited site due to their larger sizes. They

Goodwin & Scieszka asks you to follow these recommendations in an effort to reduce the very incidents that we often defend. Having litigated Michigan automobile accidents for over 30 years, we have seen that time and time again most drivers fail to use safety measures that will significantly reduce their likelihood of being in fatal

First and foremost, if you want to drive an automobile in Michigan, then you need insurance. You can’t even get your license plate without it. It is a misdemeanor to drive without no-fault insurance. Michigan is a “no-fault state,” which means that if you’re involved in a car accident, regardless of who is at fault,

The days of 55 mph speed limits seem to be long behind us. Over the past twenty years, a gradual but steady push to raise speed limits throughout the nation’s highways has taken place. Even the old standard of 65 mph is steadily being replaced with 70 or even 75 mph limits outside of urban

In our last blog post, we covered the tragic accident that took the lives of 3 generations of family members. The family was leaving a Tigers game; they were on the Lodge, and were injured as a result of a rollover accident after a reckless driver tried speeding past their car. So, in an effort

Brian Kelly, Daniel Kelly, Keeland Johns, who are all related, and a fourth unidentified passenger were involved in a tragic car accident that left Brian, Daniel, and Keeland dead. They had come to Detroit to watch the Tigers play, and after leaving early Monday morning, at approximately 1 am, a speeding Chevrolet Monte Carlo hit

Look ma, no hands! Seriously, no hands… Four jurisdictions are drafting potential legislation to enable driverless cars to, well, drive around; and Michigan could be one of them. Welcome to the future… Governor Rick Snyder is even backing the idea, and there are hopes that a bill will be passed by the end of the

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