Michigan Super Drunk Law

by clarklawoffice June 18, 2013 Criminal Law

On October 31, 2010, Michigan enacted a law called the “Super Drunk” law. Funny name, but not something to mess around with. The Michigan Super Drunk Law is applicable to drivers with a bodily alcohol content of .17% or greater. If the driver has no previous DUI offenses within the past seven years, the charges […]

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Looking at Michigan Drunk Driving Laws

by clarklawoffice March 20, 2013 Criminal Law

Driving under the influence is dangerous, and there is every chance that at such times, your judgment is impaired and you are likely to cause accidents that can injure you and others and severely damage property. Each state in the United States has its own laws for DUI and those in Michigan are as stringent […]

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Reckless Driving Accidents

by clarklawoffice November 10, 2012 Accident Claims

Have you suffered Injuries as a Result of Another Driver’s Reckless Driving? (US law and generally) Auto accidents result in serious injury and sometimes even death if the accident is particularly bad. In most cases, the accident could have easily been avoided if both drivers were paying more attention and driving defensively.  While not all […]

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No-Fault Auto Accident Insurance in Michigan

by clarklawoffice August 12, 2012 Accident Claims

Auto accident insurance in Michigan is quite a bit different from most states.  It is only 1 of 12 states in the entire US that has some form of no-fault auto insurance enacted.  The idea behind no-fault is that it would provide better medical treatment and care for individuals involved in an auto accident.  Essentially, […]

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