Michigan appellate court reaffirms one year back rule, rejects healthcare provider “Consent to Treat Forms” as assignments of rights.
Effective July 1, Michigan auto insurance rates will increase by $28 per vehicle for state’s catastrophic injury fund.
Michigan takes legislative lead on curbing the use of electronic devices by motorists.
Michigan motorists could face $400 fine under new slow down, move over law designed to protect state’s emergency personnel.
Appellate Court upholds grant of summary disposition in a PIP no-fault case involving an injury at a gasoline pump.
Michigan motorists face higher gas tax and fees for annual license plate renewals.
If you’re not listed on the bill of lading, you may not have standing to be listed on the complaint under Carmack Amendment.
A simple deposition question about a plaintiff’s bankruptcy history could result in a dismissal for the defense.
Transportation Secretary lobbies for the Grow America Act, which seeks to jump start long delayed improvements and repairs to the US infrastructure.
Supreme Court ruling clears path for plaintiffs to claim additional bodily injury damages in municipal vehicle liability cases.
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