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Michigan Supreme Court Rules to Hold More Landowners Liable for Premises Injuries

Historically, Michigan state law has made it challenging for many people injured by negligent property owners to file and recover compensation for their losses. However, a recent state Supreme Court ruling changed that. The decision fundamentally alters Michigan’s premises liability law and opens the door…

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When Can You Sue Someone for Emotional Distress?

29.06.2023 in Personal Injury

Broken bones and other physical injuries aren’t the only damages you may endure after an accident. You could suffer emotional damage, requiring therapy and continued support to heal. What Is Emotional Distress? Emotional distress involves psychological trauma and loss that substantially impacts you. Your personal…

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Types of Pain & Suffering Damages

28.04.2023 in Personal Injury

In addition to damages like medical bills and lost wages, you could also recover for your pain and suffering. These damages come in many forms. Understanding the non-economic damages you might be entitled to helps maximize your compensation and ensure you’re well taken care of…

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How to Prove Pain & Suffering in Court

14.02.2023 in Personal Injury

When you have suffered an injury or illness caused by someone else’s negligence, you have the right to compensation for your damages. You might expect to recover compensation for your medical costs and lost wages; however, you could also recover non-economic damages like pain and…

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Dog Bite Laws in Michigan

30.01.2023 in Personal Injury

When you have been attacked or bit by a dog in Michigan, you have the right to pursue compensation for your damages. However, pursuing a claim against a dog’s owner could be more challenging than you think, and understanding the state’s laws could help you…

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