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Comparative Fault in Michigan

When a person is injured by another’s negligence, he or she may recover damages in a personal injury suit. But fault in an accident is not always

Michigan’s Mini-Tort Law

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Same-Sex Marriage and Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance Law

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Michigan’s No-Fault Law: Work Loss Benefits

Burton Auto Accident Attorney Michigan’s no-fault auto accident law provides for four types of benefits for victims: allowable expense benefits,


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