When you’re involved in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit. At Michigan Injury Lawyers, we know you may be hesitant to get involved with the legal system after an accident. But it may be the best way to get the money you need for your medical bills and car repairs—especially if you’re too hurt to return to work.
Don’t give up your rights to compensation. Our Michigan car accident lawyers know the legal system, and we’ll do everything in our power to make the process as easy and successful as possible for you. Contact us at (888) 454-0801 or fill out a free initial consultation form today.
Types of Negligence
Negligence is a key factor for proving fault in car accident cases and lawsuits. Common types of negligence in car accident cases include:
- Not following the rules of the road
Drivers who are speeding, weaving, or failing to stop at red lights or stop signs are more likely to cause serious accidents.
- Driving while distracted
Text messaging, talking on cell phones, or adjusting stereos or other electronic devices while driving can be distracting to drivers and may divert their attention from the road.
- Driving while intoxicated
The use of drugs and alcohol can cause drivers to suffer delayed reaction times, poor judgment and depth perception, and reduced motor skills.
Drivers who exhibit these behaviors while behind the wheel are more likely to cause car accidents. When we build your case, we’ll investigate the accident and do our best to prove that the other driver was negligent.
Get the Money You’re Owed
If you were injured by a driver who was speeding, driving while distracted, or driving while intoxicated, each Michigan car accident lawyer at Michigan Injury Lawyers wants to help you get the money you’re owed for your medical bills and lost wages. Get in touch with our law firm—we’re here to fight for your rights.