Michigan Vehicle Accidents News & Facts | Goodwin & Scieszka

There’s no place like home for the holidays and for millions of people in the United States, that means having to take a road trip so they can spend Thanksgiving or Christmas with their loved ones. For Thanksgiving 2018, AAA estimated that 48.5 million people would be driving at least 50 miles to their destination

Car accidents are frustrating enough to deal with when only one other driver is involved, but they get exponentially more difficult when two, three, four, or more cars are involved. Like accidents that only involve one other car, chain reaction car accidents can happen for a wide variety of reasons, including driving too closely to

Being involved in a car accident is always upsetting, but hit-and-run accidents are particularly stressful to deal with. Even worse, hit-and-run accidents are far too common. In April 2018, research from AAA found that one hit-and-run accident happens every minute in the United States. In the state of Michigan, failing to stop at the scene

Every school year, school buses help about 25 million children get to and from school. If your child is one of them, the good news is that school buses are the safest way to make sure kids get to and from school safely each day. Because of the strict regulations that apply to school buses

The arrival of fall means different things to different people. To some, it’s back-to-school season and to others, it’s the return of football season, sweater weather, or cider mill season. But it’s important to remember that fall also means the risk of getting into a car-deer accident is about to go up. In 2017, it

Michigan has some very unique laws when it comes to auto insurance. We’re one of the few states in the country to have a no-fault insurance law and we are currently the only state to provide unlimited medical coverage to those catastrophically injured in car accidents. As part of being a no-fault state, Michigan drivers

Maybe you’ve spotted one at a busy intersection you have to drive through to get to work. Maybe you’ve even fallen victim to its all-seeing eye, getting mailed a ticket for being a little cavalier with that last yellow light. However you look at it, one thing is clear: these days, increasing numbers of traffic

If you’ve ever spent any significant time driving, you’ve likely been frustrated by another driver who doesn’t seem to understand how to use their turn signals. Maybe you’ve had to slam on your brakes after someone tried to merge into your lane without signalling first. Or maybe you’ve been behind another driver who has had

Riding a motorcycle will always come with some types of risks. Since motorcycles aren’t enclosed vehicles, they don’t have as many safety features as regular cars, like airbags and seatbelts. Motorcycles are also less visible than passenger vehicles, so many accidents occur when drivers fail to see motorcyclists on the road. Changes in road conditions

In many parts of the country, summer is peak motorcycle riding season. But while riding a motorcycle always involves some inherent risks, hot weather can add some unique risks to the mix. If you’ll be out riding on a hot day, here are some steps you can take so you can protect yourself and stay