Car accidents can be incredibly stressful, even the most minor ones. When you add in the fact that your vehicle has been totaled or you have been injured significantly, the stress level can go through the roof. Car accidents are so difficult to deal with because of the insurance companies, which want to payout as little money as possible. Here's how you can handle auto insurance disputes in Michigan.
It's summer and that means that many more vehicles will be on the roads. On top of that, you may enjoy running or walking around the neighborhood. Unfortunately, being a pedestrian has the potential to be dangerous, and it could lead you to suffer from serious injuries.
A troubled nursing home in New Jersey will close its doors for good by July 16. The nursing home, known as the Mount Laurel Center for Rehabilitation & Healthcare, has been on the list of the country's most troubled facilities for 19 months and has shown no improvement.
One of the most difficult problems for law enforcement to solve is that of drunk driving. This is a problem that likely will never go away, so long as people continue to make bad decisions. Here are some tips for spotting a drunk driver on the roads of Michigan so you can proactively keep yourself out of a tragic situation.
In Michigan, you are required to have no-fault insurance coverage. This coverage is required to obtain your vehicle's license plates. If you end up losing that insurance, it's no longer legal to drive your car.
No-fault car insurance can be a controversial topic and has been in the state of Michigan. It is a type of insurance that helps those who have it reduce the chances of heading to litigation or reducing potential litigation costs. This insurance pays personal injury claims promptly most of the time includes personal injury protection (PIP). It helps to pay the medical care of each insured person after an accident.