We have turned the corner on the weather and every family relishes the time outside. While there are lots of reminders out there about pool and lake safety, did you know some of these facts about your … [Read more...] about How Safe is Your Neighborhood Playground?
Question: What do we call that time of year in Michigan when the snows are gone and the roads are finally clear? Answer: Pothole Season! This could be a record pothole season all over Michigan, … [Read more...] about It’s That Time of Year: Pothole Season
When you go under the knife for surgery, you don’t make the decision lightly. Usually, you are sick enough or in enough pain that surgery is the only answer, at least according to your health … [Read more...] about When Surgeries Go Wrong
At first glance, you may not think that Detroit and New Orleans have much in common. Detroit has Midwest roots and frigid February weather; New Orleans of the Deep South is toasty and humid for much … [Read more...] about What Can We Learn Not to Do from the New Orleans Police
We are thankful for snow plows and their intrepid drivers. They keep our streets clear, allowing us to get to work and home and to function as best we can despite the sometimes harsh winter. As great … [Read more...] about Sharing the Road with Snow Plows
Our American system of engaging a jury, a willing group of citizens, as a decision-making body is recognized worldwide as foundational to the American system of justice. Trial by jury is a right … [Read more...] about A Jury of Peers