Sinas Dramis Lawyers Help Lead Mid-Michigan Organizations

Sinas Dramis attorneys Jackie Dupler and Katie Tucker recently began leadership roles in two prominent mid-Michigan legal organizations.

Jackie is the 2016-2017 president of the Ingham County Bar Association (ICBA) Young Lawyers Section. She is an associate attorney at jacquelyn-dupler-family-law-lawyerthe Sinas Dramis Law Firm’s Lansing office, where she practices family law. She began her new role as president of the ICBA Young Lawyers Section on July 1, 2016, actually taking ...

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Michigan Motorists: Protect Yourself From Lousy, Uninsured Drivers

As many as 21 percent of Michigan motorists are driving their cars without any auto no-fault insurance, even though it’s required by state law. What does this mean for you? It means you have a 1 in 5 chance of being in a car crash with an uninsured driver. And because these drivers are uninsured, you may not be fully compensated for your injuries.

Under Michigan’s no-fault insurance system, when you’re injured in an auto accident, you typically ...

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Why Do Michigan Drivers Need Underinsured Motorist Coverage?

When you’re injured in a car accident, you typically collect no-fault benefits from your own insurance company. You might also get some benefits from the at-fault driver’s insurance provider. But sometimes the at-fault driver’s policy may not fully compensate you for your injuries. This is why Michigan drivers need to purchase underinsured motorist coverage.

Here’s the deal. Michigan motorists are only required to carry $20,000 in no-fault insurance coverage. These bare-bones policies are often capped at $40,000 per accident. ...

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“Pokemon Go” Presents Distraction, Public Safety Concerns

Pokemon Go is sweeping the globe. Nearly 21 million daily users are playing the game on their smartphones, hunting for virtual Pokemon creatures that pop up in some rather unusual locations. But while the app might be fun, it has also become a major distraction for players, and a genuine public safety concern.

Here’s the deal. Pokemon Go users are not only walking and looking down at their smartphones while playing the game, but are also driving and bicycling. A ...

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