Michigan Auto Law’s attorneys have been helping West Michigan residents for more than 60 years and three generations. We understand that whether you were hit by a truck on I-194, involved in a car accident on busy West Dickman Road, or in a motorcycle accident on East Hamblin Avenue, personal injury can be a serious, life-altering experience. This resource center is intended to provide advice and answers to frequently asked questions for people in the Battle Creek area who have been seriously injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident.
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– Ted Pixley, Battle Creek
We provide a list of area resources including police, fire, and courts to assist residents with auto accident issues.
Discover what local intersections have the highest amount of car crashes as well as injuries and fatalities.
Learn more about how to deal with your auto insurer, the different types of insurance and questions to ask your insurance agent. Visit the Guide to Buying Auto Insurance page for multiple resources to help you save money and ensure you have the coverage you need.
Every Battle Creek driver can benefit from some basic information to protect them both before and after an auto accident. Our lawyers are often asked what to do following an automobile accident, as well as some other common accident questions including:
To assist local drivers, Michigan Auto Law has created an online Michigan Car Accident Lawyer Resource Center to better inform people injured in 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 Lawyer Resource Center provides key information for victims of truck accidents, including finding the right truck accident lawyer and why there are so many Michigan truck accidents.
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 Lawyer Resource Center to learn how Michigan’s No-Fault Law applies to a motorcyclist in an accident
Michigan Auto Law has five offices throughout the state including one in nearby Grand Rapids as well as Ann Arbor. For driving directions visit our Grand Rapids car accident office page or our Ann Arbor car accident office page.
If you or someone you know has recently been injured in an auto accident in the Battle Creek 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.