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Free Pass for Michigan’s Uninsured Motorists Ends January 1, 2022

Posted on December 20th, 2021 by Elizabeth

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In July 2020, a financial amnesty period began in Michigan to shield drivers who let their car insurance lapse. Under this rule, they would not face expensive penalties or higher premiums when finally trying to purchase auto insurance. But that will all change on January 1, 2022, when the financial amnesty period ends. Anyone driving […]

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The Secret to Getting the Lowest Rates on Michigan’s New No-Fault Auto Insurance

Posted on July 7th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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Michigan drivers can now buy less no-fault medical coverage with their auto insurance policy. For those who want to make this change and save money, it’s important to understand the major secret to getting the lowest rates on Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance while still making sure you have enough coverage to protect you if you’re […]

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Nurses at Detroit’s Sinai-Grace Hospital Sue for Unlawful Firing During Coronavirus Crisis

Posted on June 29th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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The Detroit Medical Center is under fire again, this time for alleged flaws within its Sinai-Grace emergency department. Four nurses are suing Tenet Healthcare, the for-profit parent company of the medical center, which runs Sinai-Grace, alleging they lost their jobs because they spoke out about unsafe conditions at the hospital during the influx of COVID-19 […]

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State Attorney General Will Review Cochran Asphyxiation Case

Posted on June 17th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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The Michigan Attorney General’s Office has officially been asked to review the details surrounding a Ferndale man who died during a 2014 altercation with Northland Shopping Mall security guards. McKenzie Cochran’s case came to light again in the wake of George Floyd’s death and amid the protests against racism and police brutality. Now, the Oakland […]

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Police Brutality: 2014 Northland Mall Death in the Spotlight After George Floyd’s Death

Posted on June 12th, 2020 by Elizabeth

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In the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd, it should come as no surprise that some questionable cases between civilians and police are being revisited. Recent news has reported that the Michigan Attorney General’s Office may receive a request to review an incident from 2014 in which a man from Ferndale died during […]

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