Monthly Archives: August 2015
If you have been injured in an accident, you may have questions about what a personal injury case is like and how it works. Due to the high prevalence of these cases, the legal system has worked out a system … Continue reading
In a statement to commemorate July 17 as International Criminal Justice Day, American Bar Association President William C. Hubbard acknowledged the global efforts, led by the International Criminal Court and the international community, to combat genocide, crimes against humanity and … Continue reading
Motorcycle enthusiasts love the freeing feeling that a ride on a motorcycle provides, but it is important to review the basics of motorcycle safety before you get on the road. Keeping safety at the forefront of your mind will help … Continue reading
Even though most states allow ATV’s to travel on public roads, this greatly increases the risk for accidents. Save your ATV for a forest adventure and protect the lives of others on public roadways.
The American Bar Association House of Delegates, which determines association-wide policy, will take up a proposed resolution at the upcoming ABA Annual Meeting that seeks more financial counseling and transparency for students considering or in law school….read more
Pedestrian accidents can happen in a variety of ways, but slips and falls, motor vehicles and falling debris are three of the most common. 1. Slips and Falls Uneven sidewalks, potholes, and other hazardous conditions on walkways are the … Continue reading
A new national group focused on criminal justice issues is prioritizing Michigan as a state where it will pursue changes….read here