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  • MICHIGAN’S AUTO INSURANCE AMONG THE HIGHEST IN THE NATION

    MICHIGAN’S AUTO INSURANCE AMONG THE HIGHEST IN THE NATION

    Michigan residents are well aware that their auto insurance premiums are continuing to rise. According to the Detroit Free Press, auto insurance rates in Michigan have been steadily increasing since 2009. Insure.com reports that as of 2016, the state of Michigan has the costliest auto insurance rates in the entire United States. In fact, Michigan

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  • ARE NO-FAULT COVERAGE INJURIES TRULY ON THE RISE?

    ARE NO-FAULT COVERAGE INJURIES TRULY ON THE RISE?

    With increased traffic on the road comes increased automobile accidents. The National Safety Council (NSC) records incidences of traffic accidents and compiles annual reports and the numbers have shown some troubling trends in recent years. According to the Insurance Information Institute, the NSC found that 2016 ended with a total of 40,000 deaths related to

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  • Northwood and How We Help with Rehab Claims

    Northwood and How We Help with Rehab Claims

    Durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and medical supplies (DMEPOS) are commonly used to assist in the rehabilitation of injured claimants. Depending on the nature and gravity of injuries, this type of equipment serves to restore patient strength and his or her daily standard of living. For claimants needing assistance with general mobility following a moderate

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  • A Year In Review: Automobile No-Fault Stats Of 2016

    A Year In Review: Automobile No-Fault Stats Of 2016

    Automobile accidents in 2016 in the state of Michigan numbered over 301,000 separate incidents, according to the Detroit Free Press. Last year also represented a significant increase in traffic-related deaths, with a total of 1,021 people killed. This higher occurrence of crashes combined with the largest number of traffic-related deaths within the past decade also

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  • February’s Topic is Low Vision Awareness

    February’s Topic is Low Vision Awareness

    Our awareness feature for February is low vision. Low vision differs from nearsightedness or farsightedness because it can’t be corrected with glasses, surgery, or medicine. Low vision affects your ability to live your life as you’ve always done. It can become difficult to move around your house, read books, cook dinner or drive your car.

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