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by Thomas Stroble | April 18th, 2014
Michigan State passed a law that protects homeowners who injure intruders using deadly force. Our homes should be a safe haven, the one place where our minds are allowed to be peaceful and void of all worry. Two Detroit home owners and community members has however had this right yanked from right under them.
Burglars broke into a home on Glastonbury Avenue through a side window on a family who was at the time playing video games in their basement. In an effort to protect the rest of the family, a member fired at the intruders who were forced to … Read More Posted In: Automobile Safety, Car Accidents, In The News
by Thomas Stroble | April 16th, 2014
Accidents happen when least expected. Most of us understand that being a defensive driver is a good idea while on the roads, but we forget defensive behavior is a good idea at all times. It is important to be aware of the actions of others even when not driving a vehicle.
Recently, a 36-year-old woman and a 2-year-old child were seriously injured when an inexperienced driver backed over them in a parking lot near 23 Mile and Schoenherr Roads in Snelby Township. The woman and child were passing behind the vehicle at the time of the accident.
The minivan that … Read More Posted In: Automobile Safety, Car Accidents, In The News
by Thomas Stroble | April 9th, 2014
A two-vehicle accident that closed down U.S. 23 at Six Mile Road on April 9th leaves one person dead and another injured. This was the second of two serious crashes that happened on that stretch of U.S. 23 in less than a 24 hour period.
Earlier the same day, a person was pinned in their vehicle after losing control on the highway and flipping their SUV over into trees on the side of the road. The occupant of the SUV had to be extracted from the vehicle by firefighters and then transported to the University of Michigan Hospital via … Read More Posted In: Automobile Safety, Car Accidents, In The News
by Thomas Stroble | March 7th, 2014
Driving under the influence kills. Michigan statistics indicate that approximately 4 percent of collisions in our state involve alcohol. Accidents involving a DUI claimed almost 300 lives in 2012 and injured over 5000 more. Driving under the influence also destroys the lives of drunks that are caught, especially if they committed murder using their vehicles as a weapon.
The actions of people who drink and drive can destroy lives and ruin others in an instant. A recently married young mother, Maria Bailey-Collins, was killed when an 18-year-old intoxicated driver, Zachary Parker, slammed head on into her vehicle. Parker, who … Read More Posted In: Automobile Safety, Car Accidents, In The News
by Thomas Stroble | February 17th, 2014
Winter weather can pose a great number of problems when driving through Michigan. Snow and ice can cause you to slip, slide, and even flip your car if you aren’t careful. If this happens, you may need legal help.
The Sheriff’s Department of Kent County recently had to deal with an accident on US 131 when a van rolled over north of Grand Rapids. The road had to be closed as a result of the accident, which injured 11 people. Two of the people injured were children who were ejected from the vehicle, while five other people suffered non-life-threatening injuries … Read More Posted In: Automobile Safety, Car Accidents, In The News
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