We realize that whether you were involved in a car accident coming home from Fashion Square Mall, a truck accident on I-675, or a motorcycle accident on busy South Washington Avenue, personal injury can be a serious, life-altering experience. The following resource centers are designed to assist people who have been seriously injured in Saginaw, Bay City or Midland area motor vehicle accidents:
“I called Michigan Auto Law after my car accident. My injuries kept getting worse and I was unable to work or even care for myself because of them. No other personal injury lawyers would take my case, because they said the auto law in Michigan is too tough. But Michigan Auto Law believed in me when no one else would help. My car accident attorneys Bob Raitt and Alison Tomak were extremely helpful. They explained everything to me and always seemed confident. They spoke to me and my mother in laymans terms. My attorneys have always been professional and they’re always in the know. I would refer them to my loved ones or come back if the need ever arised.”
– Gloria Holman, Saginaw, Michigan
An estimated 17 percent of Michigan drivers do not have any type of insurance coverage. Our personal injury attorneys recommend that you protect yourself and your family by getting this additional coverage on your insurance policy. Visit the Uninsured Underinsured Motorists Coverage Overview for answers to frequently asked questions on this vital coverage every Michigan driver should have.
Would you be surprised to learn that the intersection of Bay and Tittabawassee Road had the most car accidents in 2015? Discover the latest local crash data on intersections in your area.
Every driver can benefit from some basic information to protect them both before and after an auto accident. Our lawyers are often asked some common questions including:
To assist car accident victims, Michigan Auto Law has created an online Michigan Car Accident Resource Center to better inform victims of serious auto accidents and protect Michigan drivers before such accidents occur.
There are critical differences that separate truck accident cases from other types of Michigan car accident cases. The Michigan Truck Accident Resource Center provides key information for victims, including finding the right lawyer and why these cases are so unique.
A person riding on a motorcycle is 18 times more likely to be killed in a motor vehicle accident than someone who is driving a car. Visit the Michigan Motorcycle Accident Resource Center to learn how Michigan’s No-Fault Law applies to a motorcyclist.
We share local accident resources in your area including police, fire and how to obtain a copy of an accident report.
Michigan Auto Law’s Saginaw attorneys have five offices throughout the state including one in Ann Arbor. For driving directions visit our Ann Arbor office page.
If you or someone you know has recently been injured in an auto accident in the area, call our accident lawyers at (800) 777-0028 or fill out our free consultation form.
Need more customized local information on another city? The Local Resources Guide for Michigan Car Accidents provides access to information for every major city in Michigan as well as Detroit local suburbs.