Did an Auto Accident Ruin Your Career?

Posted on December 7th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Many an auto accident victim has found himself or herself with more than a damaged vehicle and. For some people, the physical and mental injuries suffered in a car crash can ruin their career. The change may be temporary or it may be permanent, but a car accident can be, ultimately, life-altering. 

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Communicating with the Insurance Company After a Michigan Car Accident

Posted on December 3rd, 2018 by Elizabeth

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You get in a car accident. You file a claim with your insurance company. Eventually, you are contacted by an insurance claims adjuster who sounds pleasant, seems helpful, and conveys the message that they’re on your side. Don’t get too comfortable. Insurance companies look out for themselves, which is why many people who choose to […]

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Is Whiplash a Real Side Effect of an Auto Accident?

Posted on November 28th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Movies and television often make light of whiplash. Characters wear neck braces to try to convince people that they’re injured when their condition is actually fake. Whiplash, however, is a very real and painful injury. When you suffer whiplash in a Michigan auto accident, the result can be severe, chronic pain and ongoing medical treatment […]

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Avoid a Thanksgiving Car Accident in Michigan

Posted on November 20th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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When it comes to Thanksgiving travel, people are on the roads to reach their families and friends to celebrate the holiday. But there isn’t just one day to worry about. On Black Friday, deal-hungry shoppers take over the highways. Throughout the entire weekend, folks are traveling back to their own homes. And then there is […]

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Do You Have Chronic Pain After a Car Accident?

Posted on November 19th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Adrenaline, tension, and stress can all cause aches and pains after a car accident. However, there is a big difference between minor, temporary soreness and long-lasting – even lifelong – chronic pain. Whether your Michigan car accident was big or small, if you are facing ongoing medical treatment because of the crash, you will need […]

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