Author: Andrew Abood

Will Michigan Adopt a 0.05% BAC Limit?

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The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has campaigned since 2013 for the legal level of blood alcohol (BAC) for drivers to be reduced from 0.08% to 0.05%, but until last year nothing seemed to be shifting on it. Then the

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What is the Revocation of Paternity Act?

The Revocation of Paternity Act is an attempt by the Michigan legislature to allow biological fathers the opportunity to assert their paternity in a situation in which they are not actually married to the children’s mother. To take an example,

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Hit by a Truck: What Should You Do?

Truck accidents are no joke. If you have been hit by a truck it is likely that you and anyone else in the same vehicle would have been injured, perhaps seriously and your vehicle damaged too. Presuming that the accident

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Spousal Support in Michigan – What Happens if I Can’t Pay It?

Spousal Support Sign

Spousal support is the legal term for what is often better known as alimony. The whole point of alimony is to support one of the spouses after a divorce in the manner to which he or she was accustomed during

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Dog Bite Laws in Michigan and Fake Service Dog Bite Legislation

Dog showing teeth before biting a person

Dogs generally bite people they don’t know or are afraid of, especially when they are defending what they regard as their territory, or their owner(s). Dog bites more rarely involve small children or babies and if they do it’s a

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It’s Deer Vehicle Collision Time in Michigan

Car Accident With A Deer in Michigan

This time of the year, statistics and anecdotal general knowledge both confirm that motorists right across the state are more likely to have a collision with a deer. Happily for the people involved, human life is rarely at risk. Unhappily

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Food Poisoning Lawsuits

Food poisoning is a common health issue in the U.S. It is caused by certain strains of bacteria or viruses that multiply in food which is eaten. By products produced by the micro-organisms cause sickness, which can range from mild

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NTSB Ruling on Automated Car Fatalities Confirms Drivers Not the Only Ones to Blame

Driverless Car Accident

It’s probably unlikely that if you live in and around East Lansing or Birmingham in Michigan that you have seen a car driving down the road with no driver in it, or a driver who seems to be not driving!

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NuCraft Wins Appeal Over Canopy Accident Case

The Michigan Appeals Court has recently confirmed a lower court’s decision to deny liability by the boat hoist and canopy manufacturer, NuCraft, after a serious injury that happened at Lake Margrethe involving the fitting of one of their canopies. The

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When is a Parent Not Considered “Fit” Enough to Care for Their Own Child?

Unfit Parent Caring For Child

When divorce or separation occurs there is a need to consider who is going to care for the child or children of the two parents. Child custody is never an easy issue. In some cases, a family curt may even

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