Whether you were involved in a car accident coming home from Birchwood Mall, a truck accident on I-69, or a motorcycle crash riding on busy Pine Grove Avenue, personal injury can be a serious, life-altering experience. Michigan Auto Law has been helping people throughout Michigan for over 60 years. Our attorneys have put together this resource center to answer frequently asked questions and provide timely advice for local residents injured in car, truck or motorcycle accidents.
“My lawyer Steve Gursten is very knowledgeable about auto law and what was involved with my type of case. Steve and the entire office at Michigan Auto Law are very personable. Steve and Larry Gursten are truly compassionate, and return calls within hours – not days. The results of my settlement were way beyond what I expected. I gave one figure, and Steve shot higher. I have been very happy with this law firm, and will definitely continue referring auto accident victims their way.”
– Gina, Port Huron Car Accident Client
See what areas around St. Clair County have the highest number of car crashes as well as injuries each year.
Every 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 accident, as well as some other common legal questions including:
To assist car accident victims, Michigan Auto Law has created an online Michigan Car Accident Lawyer Resource Center to better inform and protect Michigan drivers before such accidents occur.
With Michigan having the fifth highest number of truck accident injuries and fatalities in the country, drivers should know the risks. 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.
We’ve provided a list of local resources, including police, fire, courts and bar associations to assist you with accident issues.
Michigan Auto Law has five offices throughout the state including one in nearby Detroit. For driving directions visit our Detroit auto accident office page.
If you or someone you know has recently been injured in an auto accident in the 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.