Watch Michigan’s Roads to Avoid Ice, Potholes and Car Accidents
We’ve had cold mornings the past couple of days with the temperature staying well below freezing. Isn’t it supposed to be spring yet? According to Mlive.com, warming temperatures are concerning as isolated freezing rain will hit already cold roadways: Don’t cancel any plans. Just be alert and drive a little slower this morning when you first get into precipitation. Once you are sure the precipitation is not freezing on the road, you should be ok. If you are driving south, the temperature will just keep getting warmer. If you are driving north, you could possibly drive faster than the warm air, and drive into slick spots. That’s great advice to avoid a potential Michigan car accident.
Goodwin & Scieszka also wants you to remember, even though it’s really hard to forget, that there are also serious pothole problems littered throughout Michigan that are taking out peoples’ tires every day. Avoid them at all costs without putting any other drivers at risk. If you have to hit a pothole, do so as slowly as possible to minimize your vehicle’s damage.
Remember, our personal injury firm has been practicing law for over 30 years: if you’ve been injured in an automobile accident in Michigan you may be entitled to settlement or financial compensation. Even bicyclists and pedestrians have legal rights which may entitle them to financial awards. Unfortunately, many victims will not receive their fair and just compensation because they don’t contact a skilled attorney. The legal road is bumpy for those who are not familiar with the court system, and we have the experience to get the financial award you deserve. Don’t settle for peanuts just because an insurance adjuster tries to intimidate you.
After representing thousands of accident victims, we have inside information that your insurance company doesn’t want you to know. Our lawyers have already helped thousands of Michigan auto accident victims collect millions of dollars, and we’re ready to help you. Call us anytime, 24 hours a day, and we will be happy to serve you. Remember, Goodwin & Scieszka fights for you. More Car Accident Information: