Do’s & Don’ts of Talking to Your Boss About Missing Wages

When you get your paycheck from work, you expect that it will be for the correct amount. There are times, however, when something is inaccurate and needs to be corrected. While this may seem like an uncomfortable conversation to have with your boss, it is absolutely necessary because you earned that money and are legally entitled to it. IF you need to have this conversation, there are several ‘do’s and don’ts’ that Read More

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Signing a Severance Agreement

Losing your job can be a stressful and difficult experience. You’ll undoubtedly be wondering how you will pay your bills, where you will find a job, and much more. When a company terminates someone’s employment, it sometimes offers a severance agreement that includes a set amount of money to the employee in exchange for the employee’s agreement to not exercise rights which they might otherwise have. These things Read More

What to Do if You Believe You were a Victim of Discrimination

Nobody should have to endure discrimination anywhere they go, but especially not at their place of work. While a lot of progress has been made in this area, there are still many instances where an individual or a group of people face some sort of workplace discrimination based on factors like their gender, race, religion, and more. Whether this discrimination comes from management, or other employees, it should be Read More

The Importance of Inter-Owner Agreements

For many people, owning a business is an extremely rewarding way to make a living. When starting a new business, it is important to ensure that it is structured properly to avoid problems down the road. This is especially true when the business will have multiple owners. Type of Inter-Owner Agreement The specific type of inter-owner agreement will depend largely on the way the business is structured. Read More

A Brief Guide to Michigan’s Protected Classes

I receive calls daily from workers across the State of Michigan who believe they have been wrongfully terminated or refused employment. However, even if your employer singles you out for termination or you are passed over for a position, that does not always mean that you have a case. If you are an employee or job applicant and you think that you have been discriminated against, you will need to know about the Read More

5 Common Types of Business Disputes and How to Avoid them

Operating a business is like any enterprise in that it has good parts and not-so-good parts. One of the less desirable aspects of running a business is dealing with business disputes, which, like death and taxes, are inevitable. But just as you can prepare for and mitigate against death and taxes, so too can you avoid and lessen the impact of business disputes. Here are five common types of business disputes and what Read More

Injured in a Car Accident? Take These 5 Steps Immediately

Car accidents can be extremely frightening and confusing. Knowing what to do before it actually occurs can help you stay calm, cool, and collected in the event of a car accident. Keeping the following tips in mind can also help your legal case if you choose to bring an injury claim after an auto accident.    Get medical attention immediately, if necessary. You should think about the health of yourself, your Read More

8 Common Medical Mistakes That Can Trigger a Malpractice Lawsuit

Medical errors are now the third-leading cause of death in the United States. Errors claim an estimated 251,000 lives every year. Medical errors also cause thousands of personal injuries every year as well. Some errors are more common than others, and these errors can lead to viable medical malpractice lawsuits.      Medication errors Medications are administered to patients both in and outside of a Read More

Case Victory Establishes New Precedent in Michigan

Our firm recently won a case in the area of medical malpractice vs. negligence that establishes a new precedent in the State of Michigan. Click here to read the full court decision and opinion from the case. Details from the case are provided below: Case: Trowell v. Providence Hosp. & Med. Ctrs., Inc. Court: Michigan Court of Appeals ( Published Opinion ) Judges: Murphy, Stephens, and Read More

Understanding Negligence: The Linchpin of Personal Injury Lawsuits

Negligence is a very important, and oftentimes a misunderstood, concept in the law. It is important because if you were in an accident and can prove that there has been negligence by the other party, and that negligence was the proximate cause of your injuries, you are well on your way to recouping damages for your injuries. Without a finding of negligence, however, you face an uphill battle to get Read More