Accidents come out of nowhere and, at minimum, leave survivors feeling shocked and disoriented. One moment you’re lip syncing along with the latest jam, the next…boom! Hopefully, the collision is minor and no one is hurt. If injuries are obvious, always call 911 immediately. Some injuries can present days or even months after an auto accident. The accident survivor may even undergo a cursory examination at the accident scene. While the ostensibly … [Read more...] about Watch Out These Kinds 4 Kinds Pain After a Car Accident!
Let’s face facts: car insurance is so boring that insurance companies dress up their brands with memorable spokespeople to distinguish themselves along with their rates and service. Regardless of whether it’s Flo from Progressive, the Geico Gecko or Jake from State Farm motivating your call, ALL Michigan drivers get to choose from a tiered benefits system or the traditional unlimited medical benefits as part of their traditional auto no-fault car … [Read more...] about Save an Arm and a Leg: Choose Unlimited Medical Benefits On Your No-Fault Insurance
We’re all quickly learning to adjust our lives to what many are calling “the new normal.” At The Lobb Law Firm, we’ve always stayed ahead of the curve and had a plan in place for situations just like this. Our entire team of attorneys and their staff were prepared in advance to work remotely - so our clients’ cases wouldn’t suffer the coronavirus. The virtual office we’ve created allows us to proceed with discovery, mediation, and even finalize … [Read more...] about Reimagining The Lobb Law Firm for Pandemic Times
In the last weeks and months, everything in our lives has been upended because of the corona virus pandemic. At the time of this writing, CNN reports three out of every four Americans are sheltering in place. Schools are closing for the year. Restaurants are closed for everything but delivery. In the state of Michigan, the present shelter in place order applies to everyone but healthcare workers and employees of “essential” businesses and … [Read more...] about (Virtual) Business as Usual