Lawsuit Against Hooters For Customer’s Exposure To Toxic Chemicals

When we visit a public restaurant we expect that the food and drink we are served is going to be safe. It is why state and local governments has regulations on cleanliness. It is why states have regulations on the quality of food served at restaurants. It is why we have a federal department of […]

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Lawsuit Against Lakeland Hospital For Leaving Wood In Patient’s Hand

My client fell in the woods in early May of 2018. As he attempted to break his fall, he throughout his hand.` Unfortunately, his hand landed on a protruding stick which, the weight of his fall caused it to puncture its way through his hand. Despite being taken to Lakeland Hospital in Niles Michigan, emergency […]

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Can I Choose My Own Workers Comp Doctor?

The short answer is No. The longer answer is detailed below. Often, employees who have been injured at work and call my office want to know why they can’t receive treatment from their primary care doctor or a specialist recommended by their primary care doctor. The best analogy we can come up with is the […]

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Allowable Damages In Michigan medical Malpractice Cases

At the time of this writing, medical malpractice cases in Michigan have a cap on the amount of allowable damages. Unfortunately, Michigan legislators believe they alone, instead of the jury, should determine the amount of damages plaintiffs are allowed to obtain as compensation for injuries caused by the negligence of medical professionals. As in all […]

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