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How to avoid becoming a snowmobile statistic this winter

Are you one of the thousands of Michiganders planning to hit the snowmobile trails this winter for the first time – or perhaps for the first time in a while? While this can be an extremely fun way to spend a day, remember that it has to be taken seriously. Snowmobile accidents can be deadly.

When are pedestrians most apt to get killed in crashes?

Data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that 5,977 pedestrians died in traffic accidents in the U.S. in 2017. That same data captures how 137,000 suffered injuries that resulted in them visiting emergency rooms that same year. The federal agency's data suggests that certain factors make some pedestrians more apt to be struck than others.

What crash-related injury risks do children face?

The thought of having a car crash is often ever-present in the back of a driver's mind every time they get behind the wheel of their automobile. This degree of concern often increases a few notches when motorists have others, such as their kids, ride along with them. Motor vehicle accidents can result in children suffering severe injuries, whether they're riding in a car, booster or passenger seat.

Here's how car accident compensation laws work in Michigan

If you've been involved in a car accident and suffered serious injuries, it's obviously important that you prioritize your own healing over everything else. The medical treatment that you have needed to seek as well as additional damages such as lost wages and material damages may, however, be straining your finances and creating additional tension and stress in your life.

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