Uninsured drivers are everywhere and they’re getting into accidents, costing you money in higher insurance premiums. And depending on the coverage you have on your own car, uninsured drivers can put you at great risk if they hit you and cause a catastrophic injury.
The polygraph examiner was soft spoken, matter-of fact, and to the point. He told me to keep my feet on the floor and look straight ahead. He hooked probes up to three fingers on my left hand and strapped sensing devices around my chest and abdomen.
Less than two weeks after my report detailing how copper thieves had sabotaged a $3.2 million dollar LED lighting project on I-94, most of the lights are already back on. This is a welcome surprise since the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) had told me that it would be early summer, at the earliest, before the lights were repaired.
Last summer the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) spent $3.2 million on a project to install 330 new lights on a five-mile stretch of I-94 from Conner to Eight Mile Road. The new lights are beautiful, sleek, energy efficient LEDs. The problem is; the damn things don’t work.
Every case I take, by law, is confidential. But this woman is allowing me to tell her story without using her name, because she is desperate. The bottom line on this case; if you should be unfortunate enough to have a loved one die under questionable circumstances, just pray it doesn’t happen in a state like Pennsylvania.
Finding a job is tough if you have a felony on your record. But what if you didn’t commit the crime? One man’s last-ditch effort to clear his name.
Scott Lewis explains how new automotive technology has fueled an increase in dangerous carjackings. Lewis also reveals how the term carjacking was coined in Detroit and offers solid tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of this growing crime.
Across the country, victims have been raped, robbed and murdered by service workers. Scott Lewis reveals that these companies are not required to do background checks on their workers. He details one woman’s crusade to require background checks and offers tips for you to protect yourself.
Many of us use online reviews for purchasing decisions, whether it’s buying a product, picking a hotel or finding a good restaurant. But can you really trust these reviews? Scott Lewis reveals how companies use hired guns to post fake reviews online and how this problem gave birth to a new company in Detroit.