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Can Rear-End Crashes Cause Serious Injuries?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on April 30, 2021 in Auto Accidents

Rear-end collisions are very common, often best-known for causing minor fender benders. When a tailing driver hits the back of another vehicle, even at a low speed, the sudden and violent collision can cause a whiplash injury. However, if a tailing driver is speeding at the time of impact, it can lead to more life-altering […]

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Do My Michigan No-Fault Benefits Protect Me in a Rental Car?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on April 28, 2021 in Auto Accidents

As a legal driver in Michigan, your no-fault insurance policy covers you for medical costs and other benefits, even if you were partially responsible for the crash. If you get a rental car, however, will you receive the same level of protection? Do your personal injury protection (PIP) benefits still apply if you are injured? […]

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Injured employees in Michigan can opt to exchange the value of their future workers’ comp benefits in exchange for a lump sum settlement. However, does this always benefit the worker? Jay Trucks explains more about workers’ comp settlements for those who are considering this legal option after being injured on the job. Suffer a work-related […]

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Did you sustain hearing loss after using the military standard-issue 3M combat earplugs? If so, you may be able to pursue compensation for your damages. In Florida last month, the first of three bellwether trials began. Bellwether trials help attorneys for both parties determine the viability of pursuing other comparable cases. If the plaintiffs in […]

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How Do No-Fault Benefits Apply in a Michigan Rideshare Crash?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on April 05, 2021 in Auto Accidents

Getting from one place to another using a rideshare service, such as Lyft or Uber, is convenient, especially in urban areas. There is no parking to worry about, the service is door-to-door and it is affordable. But what happens if you are involved and injured in a car crash as a rideshare passenger or even […]

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Who May Be Liable for a Car Crash in a Michigan Work Zone?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on March 29, 2021 in Auto Accidents

Work zone motor vehicle crashes cause thousands of injuries and fatalities across the U.S. every year. While road work is a common part of our lives, many get impatient in the slower-moving traffic. This is especially true during warmer months when a lot of necessary repairs and upgrades are taking place. No matter what state […]

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About Our Fees

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on March 26, 2021 in Personal Injury - Latest News

What Does ‘No Upfront Costs’ Mean for Your Claim? At the law offices of Jay Trucks & Associates, we charge are no upfront costs and you do not pay us unless we recover compensation for your case. It’s also free to discuss your claim with one of our lawyers and we can help to determine […]

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Could Leg Pain Following a Car Crash be a Sign of a Serious Injury?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on March 24, 2021 in Auto Accidents

People often sustain leg injuries when they are involved in a motor vehicle accident. However, when it is not an obvious fracture, bruise or laceration, you may wonder what is causing the pain. Jay Trucks talks about some of the most common reasons for leg pain after a car crash, including when your leg pain […]

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How Do I Pay My Medical Bills Once My PIP Insurance Runs Out?

Posted on behalf of Jay Trucks Law on March 19, 2021 in Auto Accidents

Prior to the new auto insurance reform law that went into effect on July 1, 2020, your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage provided unlimited benefits. The rising costs of continuing this level of coverage led lawmakers to implement a change. This law is why you have the ability to choose between various levels of PIP […]

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If you slip on a wet floor in your office, you may feel pretty certain that the medical costs associated with your injuries will be covered by your employer’s workers’ comp insurance. But what if you slip and fall on an icy walkway as you leave the company building or trip on a rug in […]

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