A vehicle crash can cause you pain and sleepless nights. You may be too injured to return to work, and wondering who will pay for your medical bills or car damage. Maybe your insurance adjuster is giving you the runaround and you’re not sure of your Michigan No-Fault insurance rights.
Michigan Auto Law can help get your life back on track. Here, you will always be treated with respect, compassion, and consideration. The auto accident attorneys at Michigan Auto Law are only paid if they win your case. More than 98% of our lawsuits end in major settlements. We have an excellent trial record that defense attorneys pay to avoid. We even have the top-reported auto accident jury verdicts and settlements in Michigan.
We also have numerous useful car accident, truck accident, and motorcycle accident information resources available right here on the site. These will help you grasp Michigan’s tough auto laws—and your legal rights if you’ve been injured.
Michigan Car Accidents
If you’ve been injured in a car crash, you may be asking yourself, “Do I even need a legal representation for my automobile crash?” Having the right auto accident attorney in Michigan makes a big difference, not only in higher settlements, but also in protecting your legal rights.
The clock is ticking after a car accident. Michigan has a very strict one-year time limit for auto accident victims to get important No-Fault insurance benefits like medical bills and wage loss. Call Michigan Auto Law at (888) 290-5163 for a free consultation.
Michigan Truck Accidents
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Michigan attorneys specializing in severe trucking accident cases
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Many large trucking companies have deep pockets. They would typically rather spend money to avoid responsibility after causing a preventable truck accident than to spend it in advance in an effort to actually prevent it. For instance, motor carriers will quickly send out rapid-response teams to a serious truck crash. Their job is to make the evidence seem minor. Trucking companies in Michigan can also legally destroy critical evidence if they aren’t told to preserve it in time. That’s why it’s important to speak with an experienced truck accident attorney now.
Michigan Motorcycle Accidents
Under Michigan’s No-Fault insurance laws, a motorcycle is not considered a motor vehicle. But there are exceptions that let a person injured in a motorcycle accident recover No-Fault insurance benefits and compensation for pain and suffering. We can help you.
You’re not alone. Our Legal Team Can Help
Michigan Auto Law has helped people who were told they had no case by other Michigan law firms, or that their case was too old. Please read our client testimonials from real vehicle crash victims whose lives we helped change.
To better serve you, Michigan Auto Law has office locations in Farmington Hills, Sterling Heights, Detroit, Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids. Call (888) 290-5163 for a free consultation. You can also use our consultation form. We are here for you–anytime you need us.