I’ve recently informed you about the new No-Fault changes, as well as how to save some money if your son or daughter takes a car to college. But just as important, if you have an auto insurance policy with a “family step-down” provision, you may want to look at other companies! Many companies are [...]
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With GPS systems, smart phones, and in-dash radio and internet systems, there is no lack of distractions inside your vehicle. High-tech cars have all of the different amenities to keep you entertained, but do they keep you safe? The United States Department of Transportation has issued guidelines to help drivers steer clear of distractions [...]
It seems like there are a slew of hit-and-run stories on the news lately. Drivers who cause injury to others as a result of their own negligence, indifference or disregard for the safety of those around them need to be held liable for their actions. If you or someone you know has been injured [...]
One of my newest clients is having their collision claim denied, as a result of their alleged failure to notify their insurance company that they had a new driver in the household. Their 18-year-old daughter had been driving for a couple years, but they did not inform their agent when she became a new [...]
A few weeks ago I gave you some tips to get your vehicle winter-ready, and with this week’s blast of snow, winter in Michigan has officially begun. However, as people commute to work and their holiday destinations, the slick and icy road conditions create hazards for all. One does not have to be a top personal [...]
I’m often asked, “How much is my claim worth?” Well, that depends on several things, not the least of which is the attorney you choose to represent you. I’m always happy to consult and answer any questions you may have about your case- so be sure to call me first, before you do anything [...]
This year, you have the chance to elect two strong, qualified jurists to the Michigan Supreme Court: Candidate Elizabeth Welch and sitting Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack. They have a combined 50 years of experience in law and have shown throughout their careers that they will work on behalf of the people, not political [...]
Between October 1, 2019 and April 4, 2020 there were an estimated 39 - 56 million flu illnesses, 18 - 26 million flu-related medical visits, 410,000 - 740,000 flu-related hospitalizations and 24,000 - 62,000 deaths from the flu. This year, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to get a flu [...]
Like it or not, we all know it’s coming… winter in Michigan. By the time winter hits, most people are prepared with a closet full of sweaters, boots, and heavy coats. This winter, make sure your vehicle is as prepared as you are. Here's a list of things you can do to prepare your [...]
Fire safety is one of those things that few people think about until it is too late, the reason being that many people adopt a "it won't happen to me" mentality, and sincerely believe that it won't. But where a house fire is concerned the last thing that you want to do is to [...]