Separate Michigan Auto Accidents Claim the Lives of Two Cyclists

by Thomas Stroble | July 8th, 2013

Two recent Michigan Auto Accidents resulted in two cyclists being killed.

According to an article from CBS Detroit, the first incident occurred on the afternoon of July 4 in the town of Oden, Michigan. A spokesperson for the Emmet County Sheriff’s Department, Pete Wallin, explained that the 58-year-old male victim was riding his bike along a local road when a vehicle driven by a 30-year-old man suddenly struck him. Paramedics attempted to revive the victim following the collision, but the cyclist died at the scene.

At around 2 a.m. the following morning, police in Traverse City say that a … Read More

Posted In: Automobile Safety

Stroble Law Now Accepting Dog Bite Cases

by Thomas Stroble | July 3rd, 2013

Michigan Personal Injury Law Firm Reaching Out to Dog Bite Victims

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., July 3, 2013 — Michigan personal injury law firm Stroble Law is now accepting personal injury claims for dog bites.

Michigan Ranked Sixth in Nation for Dog Bite Claims

According to a May 2013 article on CBS Detroit, Michigan ranks sixth out of 10 states in State Farm insurance claims. The article explains that there were 151 claims totaling $4.6 million in damages in 2012.

As Michigan tops the charts on national dog bite claims, Stroble Law reaches out to injured dog bite victims. … Read More

Posted In: Press Releases

Michigan Supreme Court May Hear Case Related to Fatal Car Accident

by Thomas Stroble | July 3rd, 2013

The Michigan Supreme Court is examining whether they will hear a case stemming from a fatal Michigan Car Accident caused by a horse that escaped its enclosure. Records show the crash happened in 2010 along a highway 15 miles north of Petoskey in Emmet County, Michigan.

An article published by the Detroit Free Press explained a 42-year-old woman was driving along the highway when she came upon a horse in the road that had escaped from a nearby ranch. The driver was unable to stop in time to avoid a collision with the horse, and the vehicle struck the animal. … Read More

Posted In: Car Accidents

Royal Oak Focusing on Licensing Compliance to Reduce Dog Bite Dangers

by Thomas Stroble | July 1st, 2013

Officials in Royal Oak, Michigan, have found that unlicensed canines are involved in half of all Michigan Dog Bite incidents in the city. In an effort to reduce this number, animal control officers will be going door to door beginning next Monday to ensure each household’s pets are in compliance with pet licensing requirements.

According to an article from CBS Detroit, officers will visit with each home to ensure canines are registered and up to date on rabies vaccinations.

A three year license to own a dog in the city is currently $20. If a pet owner is caught … Read More

Posted In: Personal Injury

Michigan Dog Bite Laws and Prevention of Canine Attacks

by Thomas Stroble | June 28th, 2013

June 28, 2013

Dog attacks can result in lifelong injuries. According to the American Humane Association, a total of more than 4.7 million Americans are the victims of dog bites each year. The dog bite injuries sustained in these attacks result in more than $1 billion in claims paid to victims through insurers.

This leaves many citizens wondering what is being done to reduce the number of dog bites that occur in the United States each year. Most municipalities have their own laws regarding responsible pet ownership.

These laws outline what is deemed as appropriate action to be taken … Read More

Posted In: Personal Injury
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