Lansing Personal Injury Attorney Named “Michigan Cyclist Of The Year”

Lansing personal injury attorney Bryan Waldman has been recognized as the “Michigan Cyclist of the Year” by Programs to Educate All Cyclists (PEAC).

The award is presented to the individual who has made the most significant contribution to cycling in the State of Michigan throughout the year. PEAC is a non-profit organization that empowers those with disabilities through cycling, active transportation and self-advocacy education.

Bryan received the award for his tireless efforts as a Lansing personal injury lawyer representing ...

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Can Victims Of Michigan Semi-Truck Crashes Get No-Fault Benefits?

Michigan semi-truck crashes can be some of the most deadly highway accidents. For the victims who survive a semi-truck crash, they frequently have severe injuries and require lifelong care.

Last year, nearly 12,000 heavy trucks and buses were in collisions on Michigan’s roadways. Nationwide, studies show that 98 percent of semi-truck crashes result in at least one fatality — and about 86 percent of these deaths are not the semi-truck driver.

Notably, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the ...

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Nursing Home Contracts Can No Longer Require The Arbitration Of Disputes

For decades, nursing home contracts have included mandatory arbitration clauses, often without the knowledge of patients and their families. These clauses required that claims against a nursing home be resolved through a private arbitration process, rather than through a traditional court proceeding.

A new federal rule, however, now says that nursing home contracts can no longer require the arbitration of disputes. This includes claims for nursing home abuse or nursing home negligence.

The rule applies to all nursing homes ...

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