Testimonial for Michigan Lawyer – “Life-Altering” Car Accident Settlement
We were sitting at a red light and I looked in the side view mirror and I noticed that the person was not going to stop and in turn, they hit us. I was taken to the hospital by ambulance and when I was there, I realized that my injuries were more extensive than I thought and it was suggested to me that I contact a lawyer. Steve Gursten was recommended to us by my son, who had did his homework on Steve and he said he was one of the best in the state. My first impression of the Michigan Auto Law staff was that they always made me feel comfortable. They answered all of my questions very directly. They had all of the answers and they made me feel that I was well taken care of. My lawyer Steve Gursten made me feel very comfortable. He made me feel very confident. He was very personable and he really cared about me; and he cared about what happened. He was extremely knowledgeable. I was extremely happy with my car accident settlement. It was definitely a lot more than I had ever dreamed of. It was life altering. I would definitely refer Michigan Auto Law to any friends or family. As a matter of fact, I’d be insistent they go to them.
What can you do after a car accident? You can call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028 to speak with a lawyer, free of charge.
Michigan Auto Law is the leading and largest law firm in the state exclusively handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident personal injury cases for more than 50 years. Our personal injury lawyers helped Cheryl recover from a serious car accident. We can help you, or your loved ones, too. We have 19 attorneys that handle lawsuits throughout the entire state, with offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Sterling Heights and Grand Rapids to better serve you.
For more information about protecting yourself after a car crash, visit Michigan Auto Law’s car accident resource center. You can also take a look at Michigan Auto Law’s verdicts and settlements for auto accident cases.