Motorists Are Running Red Lights and People Are Dying Because of It

Posted on August 30th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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We are all impatient drivers from time to time. You have somewhere to be, you’re tired of following a slow driver, you just can’t get stuck at one more red light. Zooming through an intersection to get to where you’re going, however, puts you in danger of causing a car accident, and threatens the lives […]

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Did You Get a Speeding Ticket Because of the Car You Drive?

Posted on August 19th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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Corvettes, Porsches, Mustangs – these car models (and their operators) have a reputation for speed but, according to a new survey, they’re not among the top 10 cars whose drivers rack up the most speeding tickets. Regardless of car make and model, any vehicle that pushes the speed limit risks causing a Michigan car accident.

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Possible Liable Parties After a Truck Accident

Posted on July 23rd, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

Possible Liable Parties After a Truck Accident Thurswell Law

Every driver on the road owes a duty of care to operate a vehicle in a safe and responsible manner. Commercial drivers are held to an even higher duty of care than ordinary drivers, because they drive heavy big rigs that can do huge amounts of damage in an accident. That is why truck drivers […]

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6 Things to Know about Car Accident Settlement Agreements

Posted on July 16th, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

6 Things to Know about Car Accident Settlement Agreements Thurswell Law

In one recent year, 312,798 traffic accidents took place in Michigan. Of those, 905 were fatal, 55,340 resulted in injuries and 256,553 resulted in property damage. That many accidents also inflicted tens, if not hundreds, of millions of dollars in costs on accident victims and their families. Often, people don’t want the hassle of taking […]

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“No Fault State” – What Does It Mean for Your Car Accident?

Posted on July 9th, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

“No Fault State” - What Does It Mean for Your Car Accident?

Michigan has a no fault insurance law requiring that everyone who drives must purchase certain types of insurance in order to get plates. You cannot drive your car, nor can you let anyone else drive your car without this type of policy. No-fault insurance pays for your injuries and lost wages, and damage you cause […]

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