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Injuries at hotels, resorts, Disney, Universal or Busch theme parks

Many Guests are Injured at Theme Parks in Florida, or at the Hotels and Resorts Nearby

Medical Malpractice On Board A Cruise Ship

A cruise line is responsible for medical malpractice committed by a doctor or nurse on a cruise ship.

Behind the Black Robe: Bridging the Gap between Ethical and Criminal Prosecution of Judges.

Discusses the disconnect between charging a judge vs. a layperson with criminal offenses. Highlighting the tendency to punish criminal judicial behavior as ethical violations rather than criminal offenses.

What Happens if I Don't Pay Child Support in Massachusetts?

In Massachusetts, both parents have a duty to support their child. Typically, however, only the noncustodial parent makes child support payments.

Is Co-Parenting in Massachusetts with a Narcissistic Ex-Spouse Possible?

Co-parenting with a narcissistic ex-spouse can bring many challenges. Learn the eight ways to deal with a narcissistic ex when there are children involved.

Collections Lawsuits: Why Would Creditors Want to Sue Me?

If you are currently concerned about the possibility of or the need to fight a collections lawsuit, consult with an experienced attorney from a firm like Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC as soon as possible.

The New Era of Medical Provider No-fault Litigation

So if you have not heard, the auto no-fault insurance law has changed in Michigan for medical providers. After nearly 40 years of permissible statutory action under the no-fault act, the Michigan Supreme Court abruptly changed the law for medical providers.

Carbon Monoxide Exposure Inexcusable

The tragic news out of Niles, Michigan, this past weekend is both shocking and inexcusable. The children were exposed to over 800 parts per million of carbon monoxide, which exceeds the permissible 35 parts per million industry standard.

Boat Owner’s Duty & Liability To Passenger While Boarding

The Michigan Court of Appeals has just reaffirmed a boat owner’s duty and resulting liability to his/her passengers while boarding. The case is Lenhoff v Rechter, an unpublished per curiam opinion (Docket No. , dated May 12, 2016).

Call A Cab: Don’t Drink & Drive

With summer tourism in full swing here in Northern Michigan, particularly with the upcoming Cherry Festival and 4th of July festivities in all our harbor towns and area inland lake communities, it is never too late or too redundant to advocate against drunk driving. It affects us all.

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