Many Michigan residents are concerned about the public health impacts of the opioid crisis. According to one study, prescription opiate usage could also be linked to fatal car accidents. Researchers examined fatal two-car crashes across the United States and found that the at-fault drivers were almost twice as likely to have prescription opiates in their systems.
Many people in Michigan end up divorcing and getting remarried later on. While people might not think about entering into prenuptial agreements when they get married the first time, having one before entering into second marriages after the individual spouses have accumulated assets and have had children might be a good idea.
You regularly put in long hours to ensure your business is successful. You also have a plan for taking your company to the next level. While your marriage is heading for divorce, your business has never been better. Will you lose your business during your divorce?
The most frequently reported factors in auto accidents in Michigan are also common elsewhere in the nation. The following is just a brief summary of those factors. First of all, most accidents are caused by human error with distracted driving being especially prominent. Calling, texting, adjusting the radio, eating, talking with passengers -- all of these can take one's attention from the road.
Michigan motorists who are concerned about road safety should know that excessive vehicle speed is a contributing factor in almost 33 percent of all fatalities caused by motor vehicle crashes. This is according to a report issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association. However, speeding receives inadequate attention as an issue of traffic safety and is even considered to be socially acceptable by many drivers.