The good news about drunk driving is that it remains in decline. A few decades ago, it was a much worse problem than it is today. Police have really cracked down on impaired driving, schools have increased education programs and nonprofit organizations have worked for change. And they're making progress.
When most people think of a car crash, they usually think of the drivers exchanging information or victims being transported to local hospitals. In Detroit last week, a 20-year-old woman allegedly pulled out in front of a vehicle traveling south on Linwood, causing a crash.
Have you ever ridden with a driver who gets excited about the idea that you are making excellent time? It's almost like they view it as a goal or a way to prove themselves. They want to get to their destination as fast as possible.
When one member of your family suffers a brain injury, the immediate healing may just be the first step. Even after physical healing is complete, that person may never seem like the same person again.
If you're a hardcore runner, you keep going right through the Michigan winter. You don't let a little snow and ice slow you down.
Owning a recreational vehicle (RV) is a favorite past-time of millions of Americans and Michigan is no exception. There are RVs of all shapes and sizes roaming the roads of America at any given time. These vehicles make it easy for people to travel the country, see nature, visit parks and other destinations and save a little money along the way. But, what if you are involved in an RV accident? Here's what you should do to handle such a situation.
The use of recreational vehicles such as jet skis, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles (ATV) can be dangerous, even for some of the most experienced operators to ride on. They're even more unsafe, though, when an inexperienced child gets behind the wheel of them. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that no one under the age of 16 operates these vehicles; however, many do.
Even if you haven't seen "The Bird Box," you've probably seen the memes. Full of images of a blindfolded woman and her children, or blindfolded people in general, as they try to navigate everything from the woods to a rowboat.
You often hear warnings about nursing home abuse. It can be physical, emotional, sexual or financial, depending on the case. You hear about the signs to watch out for and the symptoms that tip off loved ones that abuse is taking place.
A Michigan community has rallied behind a 16-year-old injured recently in a crash.