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About Michigan Auto Law’s Personal Injury Lawyers

“Michigan’s largest law firm completely specializing in serious automobile accidents”
– Michigan Lawyers Weekly

Michigan Auto Law is a personal injury law firm unlike any other in the state. We believe in practicing only one area of law and doing it better than anyone else.

We have been protecting auto accident victims for more than 50 years. Our team — including 17 personal injury lawyers and more than 20 paralegals and support staff — only helps people injured in car, truck and motorcycle accidents.

This dedication leads to results no other law firm can match. Michigan Auto Law consistently secures the highest verdicts and settlements in the state on behalf of auto accident victims like you, including the top verdict in a car or truck accident lawsuit in the past 15 consecutive years, according to published reports by Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

But we’re most proud of the way we treat our clients. At Michigan Auto Law, you will always be treated with the utmost care, respect and compassion. Read here for more than 100 real client testimonials.

We guarantee that our personal injury lawyers will win and recover for you — or we will not charge you one dime. We promise unlimited communication at all times with your lawyer. And phone calls are always returned within a day. Our attorneys are also here on nights and weekends to help you.

Michigan Auto Law has offices in Farmington Hills, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Ann Arbor and Sterling Heights to better serve you.

You’re not alone… our personal injury lawyers can help you recover

Michigan Auto Law has top-rated lawyers ready to protect you. Call us at (800) 777-0028 for a free consultation. There is no cost or obligation. You can also fill out our consultation form.

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