Thursday, September 27, 2018

IS THE BEST CRIMINAL ATTORNEY WITHIN YOUR REACH? YOUR BEST FIT MAY BE CLOSER THAN YOU THINK!

These days, we’re all looking to find the “best” of everything: The best restaurant; the best hotel; the best deal. We look to websites, social media, and to customer reviews, all trying to gauge the best of something. Attorneys are not immune to this quest. When someone is arrested or faces criminal charges, he/she will start the search to find the best criminal attorney in Ann Arbor.

While this search is subjective and can never be answered “correctly,” questions to ask when looking for the best fit as a criminal attorney in Ann Arbor. Read more.





Tuesday, September 11, 2018

What Qualifies as a Wrongful Death and Who Can File a Lawsuit?

When your loved one is killed by the negligent, intentional, or criminal act of another person or entity, your family may be able to bring a Wrongful Death lawsuit. There are many common types of Wrongful Death Lawsuits, including the following:

  • Automobile accidents; motorcycle/pedestrian accidents
  • Death caused by negligent/careless drivers
  • Death caused by drunk drivers
  • Intentional and accidental shootings
  • Slip/fall and defective products
  • Dog attacks leading to death
  • Medical negligence/malpractice
  • Work-related and construction deaths

MCL Section 600.2922 is known as the “Wrongful Death Act,” and it governs who can file; which family members have priority to do so; the legal procedures and requirements for filing; and the types of…. Read more.


Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Are you Running Out of Time? Don’t Miss Important Deadlines for Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit in Michigan!

You could be running out of time to file a wrongful death lawsuit. For many of the most common actions, including automobile accidents, the statute of limitations is three (3) years after the death. Some actions, including governmental liability, require filing within two (2) years. It’s important to consult with a specialized wrongful death attorney soon after the tragic death of your loved one to avoid missing deadlines, but also to obtain/preserve evidence that might be important to the preparation of the case.

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Questions to Ask When Finding a Washtenaw County Lawyer

When looking for a Washtenaw County lawyer, clients should refine their search by asking these questions: “What specialty am I looki...