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Happy Holidays! May the spirit of the season bring you happiness and peace.

As we bid farewell to another wonderful year, the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi expresses sincere gratitude for your continued support and trust. The holiday season is here, and we're excited to spread some festive cheer your way.


At the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi, we recognize the significance of celebrating the holidays and embracing the promise of a new year.


Happy Holidays! May the spirit of the season bring you happiness and peace.

New Year's Eve Celebrations in Michigan:

 

Looking for unique ways to celebrate New Year's Eve in Michigan? Consider these suggestions from the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi. After family gatherings, explore masquerade balls, unique ball drops, and vibrant festivities across the state—from the snow-covered Upper Peninsula to downtown Detroit. Welcome the New Year with style!


New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Marquette, Michigan: A Frosty Celebration.

 

Embrace the winter chill and make your New Year's Eve memorable in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Head to the corner of Washington and Front Streets in Marquette, where the town's Savings Bank Building sets the stage for an illuminating ball drop. It's a chilly but unforgettable way to welcome the start of the year!


New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Marquette, Michigan: A Frosty Celebration.

Torch Light Parade in Harbor Springs: A Magical Annual Tradition.

 

Immerse yourself in the enchantment of the yearly Torch Light Parade at Nub's Nob, a delightful experience for visitors of all ages. Free of charge, this event features the Nub's Nob Ski Patrol and Winter Sports School members crafting a mesmerizing light display as they gracefully descend down Smokey.


Torch Light Parade in Harbor Springs: A Magical Annual Tradition.

Ring in the New Year with Style: Celebrate at Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville.

 

While Crystal Mountain is renowned for its exceptional skiing, it's also an ideal destination for welcoming the New Year. Indulge in a delectable meal at one of the resort’s restaurants or secure reservations for the New Year’s Eve Family Party – a perfect way to ring in the festivities.


Ring in the New Year with Style: Celebrate at Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville.

New Year's Eve Safety: Tips to Protect Your Home and Loved Ones.


As the winter season unfolds, bringing forth both festive celebrations and potential risks, the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi extends essential suggestions to enhance fire safety and safeguard homes from winter-related damage.

 

From the warmth of fireplaces to the glow of holiday lights, our guide aims to provide practical tips and precautions, ensuring a secure and joyful winter. By prioritizing safety during this season, we can cherish the traditions that make winter special while safeguarding our homes and loved ones.


New Year's Eve Safety: Tips to Protect Your Home and Loved Ones.

Christmas Tree Safety:

 

If you have a live Christmas tree, keep it well-watered to prevent it from drying out and becoming a fire hazard. Position the tree away from heat sources, such as fireplaces and heaters.


Electrical Safety:

Inspect holiday lights for damage before use, and replace any frayed or damaged cords. Turn off lights and decorations before leaving the house or going to bed to reduce the risk of electrical fires.


Space Heater Safety:

If using a space heater, place it on a level, non-flammable surface and keep it away from bedding, curtains, and furniture. Follow the manufacturer's instructions and turn off the heater when not in use.


Who is Rabih Hamawi?


Attorney Rabih Hamawi

Attorney & Counselor


Rabih Hamawi is a principal at the Law Office of Rabih Hamawi, P.C. and focuses his practice on representing policyholders in fire, property damage, and insurance-coverage disputes against insurance companies and in errors-and-omissions cases against insurance agents. He may be reached at (248) 905-1133.





Happy Holidays! May the spirit of the season bring you happiness.

Disclaimer: This post is for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship, and isn't intended and should not be construed as the providing of legal advice.

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