Choosing the Right Smoke Detector for your Michigan Home

Which smoke detector is right for your Michigan home

In Michigan it has been a law since April 10, 2006, that building and homeowners must install a smoke detector in any structure constructed before November 6, 1974. Homes after this date have to comply with the codes of the individual cities.

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Where to File a Michigan Pothole Claim

Michigan Pothole is a frequent state hazard

Winter brings some driving hazards, but one of the most hated is the Michigan pothole. An encounter with one can leave damaged tires, wheels, and suspension components. Potholes are created when snow and ice melt as part of Michigan’s seasonal freeze-thaw cycles. Moisture seeps into the pavement, . . . → Read More: Where to File a Michigan Pothole Claim

What to do if you have a Michigan accident with uninsured driver

Michigan Accident

Michigan accident can already be stressful, but this situation can be much worse when you find out the other driver does not have insurance. We will provide you with steps on what to do when you have a Michigan accident and auto damage with an uninsured driver.

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Prevent Michigan Grease Fires on Thanksgiving

Grease Fires increase around Thanksgiving

Grease fires occur more on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. U.S. fire departments respond to more than 1,000 fires each year in which a deep fryer is involved. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), deep fryer grease fires result in more than $15 million . . . → Read More: Prevent Michigan Grease Fires on Thanksgiving

How to Prevent Michigan Deer Collisions

Avoiding Michigan Deer Collisions

It is that time of year again. Deer migration and mating season runs from October through December and causes a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population. As a result, more deer collisions occur in this period than at any other time of year. According to the National Highway Traffic . . . → Read More: How to Prevent Michigan Deer Collisions

How to Protect your Home from Michigan Dryer fires

Close the door on Michigan dryer fires

You could be heating up more than clothes in your laundry room. According to the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are an estimated 15,500 dryer fires annually, resulting in nearly $100 million in damage. The most frequent causes of these fires are improper ventilation and/or . . . → Read More: How to Protect your Home from Michigan Dryer fires

Michigan Mini-Tort increases to $1000

What is Michigan Mini-tort

Michigan Mini-tort also called  (limited property damage liability) is a provision under Michigan’s no-fault law.

Under this provision, if you are 50% or more at fault in a Michigan insurance accident, and damages to the other driver’s car are not completely covered by his or her insurance, you may be . . . → Read More: Michigan Mini-Tort increases to $1000

Holiday Season Tips to Prevent Michigan Car Thefts

Holiday Tips to help Prevent Michigan Car Thefts

Video shows common sense things to do to help prevent Michigan car thefts. Prevention Tips to stop Michigan car thefts: Don’t leave valuables out in the open like cell phones and navigation system. Put presents in the trunk were they are not visible. Make sure that . . . → Read More: Holiday Season Tips to Prevent Michigan Car Thefts

Cooking Fires Double on Thanksgiving Day

Cooking Fires Double on Thanksgiving Day

State Farm® urges consumers to be cautious when frying a turkey

More cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. According to State Farm claims data from 2005-2009, grease and cooking-related claims more than double on Thanksgiving Day compared to an average day in . . . → Read More: Cooking Fires Double on Thanksgiving Day

What to do if there is a Michigan Earthquake

Michigan Earthquake Preparedness Tips

When you think about an earthquake, you probably associate this disaster mainly with California. The truth is, an earthquake can happen anywhere in the United States and Canada, and they can happen at any time. Are you and your family prepared? If not, you may want to familiarize yourself with these . . . → Read More: What to do if there is a Michigan Earthquake

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