Potholes are a big problem for Michigan.
Lawmakers say they’re working on raising the funds needed to repair, replace and maintain the state’s roads and bridges.
But regardless of funding issues, local governments are required by law to keep roads in “reasonable repair.“
How can we hold those entities accountable?
Attorney Bryan Waldman from the Sinas Dramis Law Firm explains in this week’s “Legal Edge“ report.
Watch the video above.
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