By: Richard Bernstein 6/14/13 This was a memorable week in our fight to eradicate bullying from Michigan’s schools. As the school year comes to a...
By Richard Bernstein It was a great honor to have recently returned from traveling to London to work with Chabad Lubavitch UK. Chabad Lubavitch is...
A car accident can be a traumatic experience, no matter how serious. Even experienced, cautious drivers can be involved in accidents due to the negligent...
There are several ways to help reduce the risk of dog bites:
If confronted by a dog trying to sniff you, stand still, do not try to run away. Most dogs will move away after determining that you are not a threat.
Despite the best preventive measures, Michigan dog attacks do happen. If a dog bites you or your child, seek emergency medical attention immediately.
If you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of a Michigan dog bite, talk with an experienced Michigan dog bite lawyer. Please submit a simple, free and confidential legal consultation form now.
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