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Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise in Michigan

What might be causing them, and what you need to know to protect yourself in the event you are involved in a pedestrian accident. On Michigan Radio’s website is an interesting, yet alarming, article on the rise of pedestrian deaths, not across the nation, but specifically in Michigan. In fact,

Victims of Road Rage Car Accidents Have Legal Rights

Road Rage Accident Victims Are Covered under Michigan No-Fault Law It’s a jungle out there on Grand Rapids roads these days.  Between potholes, ice, and congestion, there are enough irritants to cause road rage in the less patient among us.  So consider the following hypothetical.  You or someone you know

No One Is Safe from Hit-and-Runs, Including Children

Grand Rapids is no stranger to hit-and-run accidents – find out how you can protect your loved ones should the worst happen Grand Rapids residents have been shocked by news of the recent tragedy involving a four-year-old child who was struck by a hit-and-run driver while sledding. How someone could run over

Michigan HB 5951: Does it go far enough in regulating Uber?

HB 5951 would impose state-wide regulation of ride-sharing companies such as Uber, but there are questions about whether it’s enough Discussions about Uber have picked up once again, not just because of all of the negative press as of late, but due to House Bill 5951. It was introduced on

Does Uber Promote Distracted Driving?

Are the Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing drivers using those apps working against efforts to limit distracted driving in Michigan? Drive down the streets of Lansing, Grand Rapids, or Kalamazoo these days and you’ll see something that might frighten you. Just the other day, one of our car accident attorneys

Uber “Taxi” Service Expands in Michigan

Grand Rapids car accident attorney Tom Sinas expresses why Uber raises some concern Last week, the tech start-up firm Uber announced a major expansion into Grand Rapids, Lansing, Flint, and Kalamazoo. The company is best known for its technology that connected passengers to taxicab drivers via a smartphone app. But Uber recently