Metro Detroit Injury Lawyers recently settled a case involving an assault and battery of a U.S. veteran at a Metro Detroit restaurant for $95,000.
Metro Detroit Injury Lawyers recently reached an $80,000 settlement on a premises liability case involving a serious knee injury to a woman who tripped over an exposed, elevated bolt on the sidewalk of a Metro Detroit business.
Metro Detroit Injury Lawyers reached a $50,000 settlement on a case involving injuries to a registered nurse who was assaulted by her patient.
In many personal injury cases, the need for medical assistance after a car accident, slip and fall, or dog bite injury is clear. The injured person may have a broken bone, fracture or require stitches and the need for immediate medical assistance is obvious. In other cases, the accident victim may be unsure whether they need to see a doctor and spend the time and incur the associated costs.
Exercise Care this Memorial Day Weekend. With so many people on the road, the potential for dangerous auto accidents is high. Take extra caution while driving. Particularly allow for more space between vehicles and time to stop. Have a wonderful, but safe, weekend!
Often times a prospective client will reach out to our office weeks or even months after suffering a slip and fall accident seeking to pursue a claim for damages. Sometimes the best evidence to support their claim for damages has faded, changed or been replaced. It is more difficult to re-create the scene of a fall as time passes. Here are 5 tips to help preserve the evidence of a slip and fall claim to maximize your recovery:
Whether you have a Michigan car accident case, slip and fall case, dog bite case, medical malpractice case or other personal injury case, it is likely you will experience case evaluation. In most circuit court cases requesting money damages, the parties will submit to case evaluation or a mediation conference.
The Michigan House Transportation Committee is considering a new bill that would make it illegal for Michigan drivers to use a hand-held electronic device for any purpose while driving. Currently, the law only forbids texting while driving.
If you are involved in a Michigan auto accident, you are entitled to receive personal injury protection (PIP) benefits from the responsible no-fault insurer (usually this is your own insurance company). However, you should be aware that your auto insurance policy may have a high deductible that applies when you submit a claim for PIP benefits.
Under the Michigan No-Fault Act, personal injury protection (PIP) benefits are available to anyone who sustains an injury “arising out of the ownership, operation, maintenance or use of a motor vehicle.” MCL 500.3105. In most situations, the injured person receives no-fault benefits from his or her own insurance company. However, even if you do not have a car, you can still be injured in an auto accident. A passenger or pedestrian is still entitled to no-fault benefits regardless of whether he or she was the owner, driver or even an occupant of the motor vehicle involved in the accident.