September 14th, 2020
Michigan legislators recently revamped no-fault insurance laws enacted nearly 50 years ago. The reform aims to reduce insurance costs and increase the number of insured drivers on the roads, which hopefully will lower the costs of the system and taxpayers in general. It is important to understand your options under the new no-fault insurance laws and choose the personal injury protection (PIP) coverage that is best for you.
The following is a brief overview of the no-fault reform in Michigan. To discuss your personal situation following a crash-related injury, contact our car accident attorneys at Michigan Injury Lawyers directly.… Read More Posted In: Car Accidents, Personal Injury
January 24th, 2017
After a very serious car accident, a victim may have such serious injuries that emergency medical personnel will transport them directly to the hospital for treatment. In other cases, however, an accident victim may not need emergency transport but may have still suffered injuries from the crash. Such victims may not know whether or not to see a doctor or whether to wait and see if their injuries heal on their own. The following are some reasons why it is always wise to visit the emergency department or your physician following a car accident.
Some injuries may be … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
January 12th, 2017
There is no doubt that social media has changed the way we live our lives. Our “friends” online know what we are eating, where we are going, and who we are with through our check-ins, photos, status updates, and tweets. Social media has become a trail of evidence of how we are feeling, where we were at a certain time, and more. It is no surprise that courts have been allowing social media posts to be submitted as evidence in legal claims, and car accidents are no different. Recently, much attention has been paid in the legal community to how … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
January 10th, 2017
There are few, if any, aspects of your motor vehicle accident case more essential than the quality and availability of your medical records. Whether it is the sufficiency of your physical therapy records, pain management injection reports, or simply physician reports associating your injuries with your car accident, such medical reports can often make or break your case.
Michigan No-Fault Law
Under Michigan law, all vehicles are required to carry a type of personal injury insurance known as “no-fault” insurance. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident, your no-fault insurance carrier is responsible for paying your medical … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
December 20th, 2016
Whether you are a driver, passenger, or pedestrian, few are prepared for those unexpected traffic accidents that alter the course of their daily lives. Time lost from work, painful medical treatments, and an inability to enjoy social activities can leave you frustrated and wondering whether you have the right to seek compensation. If you’re asking yourself this question, it’s important to consult an experienced attorney who can discuss your potential right to sue.
Negligence of Responsible Parties
Your right to sue after a traffic accident often depends on the negligence of one or more involved parties. Under Michigan law, … Read More Posted In: Car Accidents
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