Whether you were involved in a car crash on Newburgh, hit by a truck on Ford Road, or a motorcycle accident driving along Warren Road, personal injury can be a serious, life-altering experience. The following resources are intended to help local residents who have been seriously injured in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident:
“I highly recommend Michigan Auto Law. My lawyer Josh explained the process very thoroughly from the beginning and he was very prompt on returning my calls and my emails. All in all, my confidence level was really high with Josh and the law firm so I knew I was being protected after my car accident.”
– Frank D., Westland resident
Discover what local intersections have the highest amount of car crashes as well as injury crashes in any county or city within Michigan.
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.
After any Michigan auto accident involving a car, truck or motorcycle, there will almost always be three potential sources for legal recovery:
Protect yourself and your family by visiting our Car, Truck or Motorcycle Accident Help Center to get answers to common questions and understand your legal rights in a motor vehicle accident.
Our attorneys provide a helpful list of local resources, including police, fire, and courts to assist local residents with accident issues.
Michigan Auto Law has five offices throughout the state including our main office in Farmington Hills. For driving directions visit our Farmington Hills auto accident office page.
If you or someone you know has recently been injured in an accident in the area, call our 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.