Michigan Auto Law’s attorneys have been helping Michigan residents for more than 60 years and three generations. We realize that whether you were in a car crash coming home from Muskegon Community College, a truck accident on US31, or a motorcycle accident on Harvey Road, personal injury can be a serious, life-altering experience.
“The friendliness and professionalism of the staff, as well as their expertise in auto accident cases is what made me choose Michigan Auto Law after I was rear ended at a stop light and hurt my back and neck. When I initially called with questions, one of the attorneys immediately had time to talk to me. I really liked my lawyer Brandon Hewitt. He was very professional and got back to me right away with answers. I worked well with him. My insurance company quit paying my wage loss and cut off my medical benefits, but Brandon took care of it. We ended up having to sue my insurance company. I would highly recommend Michigan Auto Law.”
– Jodi, West Olive, Michigan No Fault Car Accident Victim
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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:
Michigan Auto Law has created an online Michigan Car Accident Resource Center to protect local drivers and answer these questions.
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 an 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 provide a list of Muskegon area resources, including police, fire, and how to obtain a copy of an accident report.
Michigan Auto Law has five offices throughout the state including one in nearby Grand Rapids. For driving directions visit our Grand Rapids office page.
If you or someone you know has recently been injured in an accident in the area, call us 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.