July 2, 2018
So the big question, what if you are hit by a drunk driver in Michigan. Suppose you are driving back home for your late-night shift. A drunk driver blew through a red light and hits your rear fender. The strike badly damages your car and the drunk driver is responsible for the accident. Who will be then liable for your injury? A Michigan Auto Accident lawyer can help in this situation.
June 18, 2018
Michigan Auto Accident Law is complex. Auto accidents are almost inevitable, and when they do, they can be damaging and traumatizing in more ways than a few. Car crashes can result in both physical and emotional damages, ruining properties and even hearts too.
Auto accidents are just one mention out of many other incidences that can result in injury of body, mind and/or emotional distress caused by the negligence or carelessness of another party – something known as “personal injury” in legal and other similarly esoteric circles, as it excludes damages done to the property.
May 7, 2018
People love to gather together for the holidays and celebrate with an eggnog or mulled wine. However, many of those people then cause injury when they decide to drive home after too much to drink and they cause a collision. When a drunk driver crashes into your car and injures you or a member of your family, it can disrupt your holidays, as well as your life for months or even years to come. Drunk drivers should be held completely responsible for all of the losses you experience due to a crash.
May 7, 2018
You are likely aware that people who get injured in car accidents often have the right to compensation for their medical bills and other related losses. However, few people are familiar with the legal process of obtaining that compensation until they are injured themselves. The following is just a brief overview of the steps in a Michigan car accident case. It is important to realize that this process can be very complicated and it is critical to have the guidance and help of an experienced car accident attorney.
May 7, 2018
If you own a personal vehicle, you are likely familiar with Michigan’s insurance requirements, which dictate the type and minimum amount of insurance coverage required to own and operate your vehicle. Unlike personal automotive policies, however, the federal government regulates the insurance requirements applicable to commercial motor vehicles such as trucks and semi-trucks. Accordingly, if you have been involved in an accident with a truck or similar commercial vehicle, it is important to consult an attorney with experience handling vehicles insured pursuant to federal regulations in order to maximize your case’s potential worth.