Personal Injury Attorneys: No Fees Unless You Win

At Atkinson Petruska Kozma & Hart, we understand the pain and suffering that goes along with a personal injury. Whether you’ve had a slip and fall, a work accident, a motor vehicle accident or have been the victim of medical malpractice, there is a lot to deal with in addition to healing. Trying to recover […]

Roadside Drug Testing Pilot Program Target Drugged Drivers in Michigan

It isn’t hard to see that drugs are a problem in our country, with people consuming more each day. With the war on drugs being a major headline across the U.S. for decades, it’s been a long road coming to find a viable way to crack down on this illness. Whether or not addiction is […]

Workers Compensation Issues to Watch in 2018

Workers compensation, or workers comp, is a type of insurance that offers replacement of wages and medical benefits to anyone injured during the course of employment, and in return the employee forfeits all rights to sue the company or employer. It’s a great way for companies and employers to maintain responsibility for their workforce, and […]

Risks of Driving Uninsured In Michigan

Car accidents can be scary enough without the idea of being caught uninsured looming over your head afterwards. There are a number of reasons other than the fact that it’s the law as to why you should always have active insurance for you as a driver and any vehicle you own. Aside from getting in […]

Michigan Personal Injury Laws & Statutory Rules

If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident that occurred in Michigan, it’s important to understand the laws and rules that affect your case, including lawsuits, insurance claims and filing deadlines. Each state has its own time limitations for filing claims, and for accidents that occur in Michigan, it’s important to […]

Don’t Put Your Feet On The Dashboard

Riding with your legs up on a vehicle’s dashboard could do a lot more damage to your body than you could imagine.  The airbags on automobiles deploy at somewhere between 100 and 220 miles per hour sending a force that can cause multiple injuries to your legs as well as break your nose and potentially […]

Tips on ATV Safety

As all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) become more and more popular and the riders become younger, hospitals and emergency rooms are seeing more accident victims from these types of vehicles. It’s imperative that owners of ATVs understand just how powerful these all-terrain vehicles are and that as much care needs to be given as if you are […]

June is National Safety Month

Whether you’re a parent of an infant or toddler or your own parents are starting to age, accidents are a reason to be concerned.  It’s a fact that preventable accidents are the 4th leading cause of death in the United States. The truth is, we are all vulnerable to accidents at any time of our […]

May is Global Youth Traffic Safety Month

Children and teens are just getting out of school, some with brand new drivers licenses in hand, which make summer months especially dangerous for teens on the road. The beginning of summer is when our nation’s teens are out celebrating the end of the school year, graduations, proms, parties and other events. With the increased […]

Harmful Ingredients in Baby Care Products

Baby care products are a multi-million dollar industry designed to entice you into believing you need all these products to keep your baby safe, healthy and smelling good. The truth is that your baby doesn’t need most of these products which are often laced with harmful chemicals that can do them more harm than good.  […]

Medicine Safety

While you often rely on your doctors, nurses and pharmacists to keep you safe when it comes to the medications you’re taking, you need to do your part too. Knowing some general rules for medicine safety can help keep you safe and make sure you don’t become the victim of a medication error. Making sure […]