If you have fallen behind on your auto loan, you could end up having your car repossessed. You may assume that will be the end of your problems. But in fact, debt collectors could force you to pay thousands more on a car you no longer own.
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Purchasing a new or used vehicle is a big deal. So how do you know the dealership is treating you right? Here are 5 Michigan consumer protection laws that protect you and your car.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
After an auto accident the last thing an injured motorist wants to think about is medical bills. The Michigan No Fault Act is supposed to ensure they are paid, but a new Michigan Supreme Court decision could put patients in the middle between medical providers and their money.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
For many people, filing paperwork isn’t at the top of their list after a serious personal injury accident. But a recent Michigan Court of Appeals decision in a Blue Water Bridge injury case shows how important it is to get notices filed before the state-imposed deadlines expire, especially when the government gets involved.