Personal Injury

Boating Accidents: Alcohol is Still a Leading Cause

| Sep 14, 2020 | Personal Injury,

Boating Accidents It’s a beautiful day to be on the water. The sun is shining and the kids are having a great time. Then another boater puts you family in danger, and you find out later that alcohol was to blame. Alcohol is nothing to...

What are the Rules for Trampoline Owners? (and Users) in Michigan

| Aug 26, 2020 | Personal Injury,

Trampolines are one source of fun for all ages. As summer sets in, people are spending more time outside enjoying the nice weather. Both adults and children are spending more time participating in outdoor activities such as using trampolines. Trampolines are one source of fun...

7 Legal Requirements of Public Swimming Pool Owners

| Aug 24, 2020 | Personal Injury,

Worse, it can take less than two minutes for a person to drown. Every year more than 3,500 people die from drowning.  It is the fifth most common cause of accidental death.  Worse, it can take less than two minutes for a person to drown. ...

SAFE BOATING – KNOW BEFORE YOU GO!

| Aug 11, 2020 | Personal Injury,

SAFE BOATING - KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! Summer is underway and boats are abound on our beautiful Michigan lakes and rivers. Before you head out to enjoy fun on the water, make sure that you and your guests have the necessary safety equipment on board...

Keep Your Paws Off: How to Stop a Dog from Biting

| May 08, 2020 | Personal Injury,

During these difficult times, nothing is more refreshing than asking your dog, “Do you want to go for a walk?” and taking a spin around the neighborhood. Your dog is delighted to spend work time playing with their favorite person and you’re soothed by the...

Protecting Your Family from Dog Bites

| May 05, 2020 | Personal Injury,

If you’re like many people these days, you’re spending more quality time at home and taking advantage of fresh air when you can get it. Unfortunately, this can also mean less than friendly interactions with your neighborhood dogs.  Under Michigan’s leash law, which dates back...

What is a School’s Responsibility in Sexual Abuse Cases?

| Jan 31, 2020 | Personal Injury,

Your child is a bright student, with good grades, an active social life, and an overall happy outlook. Then something shifted. You watched your child change before your eyes. Where they once loved learning, they’re now fearful, depressed, and dread going to school at all,...

Sexual Harassment: When You Should Talk to a Lawyer

| Jan 24, 2020 | Personal Injury,

You like your workplace, and you get along with almost everyone in it. But there’s one coworker who sets you on edge. And now, that coworker made a lewd comment at a work event.  It’s not the first time this has happened, and each time...

Understanding Sexual Assault from a Trusted Person or a Person in Power or Authority

| Aug 22, 2019 | Personal Injury,

One person, in a position of authority or dominance relative to another person, exerts their authority over the other person through sexual conduct.  You see, despite its name, sexual assault isn’t about sex. It’s a way of using sex to establish power--which is why so...

Know Your Rights Regarding Sexual Assault in the Workplace

| Jul 18, 2019 | Personal Injury,

The typical worker spends 33% of their time (55 hours) each week participating in work-related activities. The time we spend at work has a significant effect on our overall emotional and physical health. If you’re a victim of sexual assault in the workplace, those 55...