Car Accidents

Dangerous Roads can Cause Accidents

by admin | September 28th, 2016

After many auto accidents, your first instinct may be to assign blame to one of the drivers involved. However, in some cases, a crash will happen without negligence1 or fault of any driver. Sometimes, dangerous roadways are responsible for causing accidents and this can occur in the following ways:

Dangerously designed roads – When building or altering roads, the government entity in charge has the responsibility to ensure that those roads are designed in a manner that is safe for the traffic that will be traveling on those roads. Many factors must be considered in determining whether roads are

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How Is CRPS Diagnosed?

by admin | August 17th, 2015

car crashSome individuals who suffer an injury in an accident are able to heal with the necessary treatment and eventually return back to their regular lives. While these individuals watch their symptoms steadily improve, other victims of soft tissue injuries, fractures, or similar injuries begin experiencing an entirely new set of symptoms altogether. These symptoms may be due to developing a condition called complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS),1 which can have a substantially adverse effect on a person’s life. If the accident that caused your initial injury was caused by another party’s negligence, you deserve to receive full compensation … Read More

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Four Things to Do After a Michigan Car Accident

by admin | July 29th, 2015

AccidentAuto accidents are among one of the most common causes of accidental injury in the United States and injure hundreds of thousands of people each year. In fact, the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning indicates1 that 71,378 were injured in traffic crashes in Michigan in 2014 alone. When these accidents are caused by the negligence of others, victims are often legally entitled to compensation for the losses they sustain, including their medical expenses, lost income, damage to their property, and pain and suffering.

After an accident, those involved may be scared, confused, and uncertain what to do next. … Read More

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What Kinds of Accidents Can Lead to Pain Syndromes?

by admin | July 27th, 2015

Highway Patrol Police Office Assist People After Their White BmwComplex regional pain syndrome, or CRPS, is a condition that causes chronic pain that can often be debilitating. The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) indicates1 that while anyone can develop CRPS, it tends of affect women more often than men and is rare in the elderly and in individuals under the age of 10. The most significant issue associated with CRPS is constant pain that can be severe and extremely uncomfortable. While the severity and duration of these symptoms can vary, in some cases it can become long-term and lead to disability. While the exact … Read More

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Types of Negligent Acts in Car Accident Cases

by admin | May 7th, 2015

car accident michigan attorneyIf you are in an auto accident, you may be certain that it was the other driver’s fault. In order to recover for your injuries in court, however, you must do more than simply state what your believe. Instead, you must present evidence that sufficiently shows that the driver was negligent in some way and that the negligence led to the accident and your injuries. Moreover, the negligent party can sometimes be someone else besides the driver. For example, if a driver fails to stop and slams into your vehicle, you may think they were not paying attention. However, … Read More

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