Fieger Law News

What Do I Need to Win a Lawsuit Against My Apartment Building After Tripping on Broken Stairs?

February 26, 2024

If you’ve been injured on broken stairs in a common area at your apartment complex, you might wonder how to win your case against the property owner. Winning a lawsuit for your injuries requires more than simply filing a claim; it involves taking specific, strategic […]

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Who is at Fault for a T-Bone Crash?

February 19, 2024

T-bone crashes, also known as side-impact collisions, are among the most devastating types of accidents on the road. These accidents occur when one vehicle strikes another from the side, often forming a “T” shape with the vehicles. They can result in severe injuries, property damage, […]

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When Can You File A Lawsuit For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

February 15, 2024

Hundreds of people die each year in the U.S. because of exposure to carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a dangerous gas that is both colorless and odorless, produced when fuels like wood, gasoline, or natural gas are burned. This can occur through home appliances like […]

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When Is Pitocin Overuse Medical Malpractice?

February 12, 2024

Pitocin is a drug commonly used during childbirth to induce delivery. While it can be helpful for many women by starting or moving delivery along to avoid C-sections or stalled labor, it can also cause complications for the baby. Too much Pitocin can cause hyperstimulation, […]

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Cow Milk-Based Baby Formula May Kill

Preterm and very low birth weight (VLBW) infants have nutritional requirements that breastfeeding cannot always satisfy. In these cases, parents and hospitals turn to baby formulas to supplement breastfeeding. Alarmingly, research has found that cow’s milk-based baby formula can cause a potentially deadly health condition called necrotizing […]

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Who is Liable When a Semi-Truck is Overloaded and Crashes?

February 5, 2024

A single semi-truck can carry tens of thousands of pounds of cargo throughout Michigan and the greater U.S. These big rigs keep the economy going, supplying goods to businesses and consumers every day. However, when a semi-truck has overloaded cargo, it can lead to devastating […]

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Speed Limits in Adverse Conditions: What Injury Victims Need to Know

January 29, 2024

Winter weather, characterized in northern states like Michigan by heavy rain, snow, and ice, necessitates that drivers reduce speed and exercise increased caution. However, some drivers fail to follow this guidance, resulting in preventable accidents that can lead to severe injuries. In 2022, Michigan drivers […]

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How Dangerous are Trucks with Oversized Loads?

January 22, 2024

Trucks with oversized loads are an unexpectedly common sight on Michigan highways, transporting everything from construction equipment to wind turbine blades. While these massive cargo are essential for various industries, transporting them alongside passenger vehicles on public roads also poses major safety risks. Oversized loads […]

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Group Home Residents Might Be Abused by Other Residents

January 19, 2024

When most people hear the phrase “nursing home abuse,” they typically envision a nursing home resident who is being physically or emotionally abused by a staff member. Though this does happen in nursing homes across the U.S., another type of abuse is disturbingly just as […]

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Why Underinflated Tires in Winter Are Dangerous

January 15, 2024

Underinflated tires pose a serious risk to motorists on Michigan roads. Over 25% of cars nationwide are equipped with tires underinflated by at least 8 psi below the suggested level. In 2021, accidents linked to tire issues resulted in 622 fatalities across the country, highlighting […]

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