In many cases in which people are killed, extensive investigations take place. A fatal car accident or a workplace accident could lead to months of investigation to determine who was at fault. Obviously, long investigations often happen when people die in suspicious circumstances and the authorities think foul play may be involved.
A head-on crash in Cass County, Michigan, recently took a life. The 18-year-old man who was killed was a passenger in one of the vehicles.
Michigan gets lots of snow and ice every winter, and with snowfall comes danger. Not all drivers have good winter driving skills, and as a new driver, you may be concerned about the risk of driving in these conditions. Here are a few tips for how you can avoid a winter crash by preparing for your drive.
If you are a motorcyclist in Michigan, unless you've been living far off the grid in the U.P. for a couple of years, you have heard by now that the state has modified its law requiring riders and passengers to wear helmets. While this may certainly be seen as a win for motorcyclists' rights, it is not one that is without its share of risks.
There are three main phases that burn injuries go through as they heal. The first is the stage where the initial wound heals. What was once an open would will slowly turn to skin that is typically very light in color. The quicker this process goes, the less scarring while happen when the healing is complete.
Michigan used to have a law requiring all motorcycle riders to wear helmets. That law was then repealed, and a new study shows that head injuries are, not surprisingly, on the rise.
One of the most catastrophic injuries that can be suffered in a car accident is a traumatic brain injury, or a TBI. Recovery times vary widely from one case to the next; while some recover well, others never fully recovery and could have permanent issues and even disabilities. Each case is different.