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Michigan is known as a no-fault insurance state. The No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act provides Michigan drivers with many benefits, including medical expenses, lost wages, home care subsidies, mileage reimbursement, and other types of damages. Michigan’s No Fault laws also limit the types of automobile accident related lawsuits.
There are few things that are more stressful than being involved in an automobile accident. This stress is magnified when a serious injury is involved to you or a loved one. If you or a loved one has been involved in an automobile accident and you or a loved one was injured, please contact Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC for a free consultation to discuss your rights.
A suit in negligence can be brought in Michigan under certain circumstances. You may be entitled to additional compensation, including damages for pain and suffering, if you or a member of your family has been involved in an automobile accident involving a wrongful death, a serious permanent disfigurement, or a serious impairment of a bodily function. If you meet one of these criteria, please contact the auto accident attorneys at Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC in Grand Haven, Michigan to discuss your rights. 616-844-3000
The laws have recently changed. Many people have heard about the change in the law, but they are unaware what their rights are. Many people may be entitled to recovery and not even know it. The Michigan Supreme Court recently issued an opinion that may give more people access to recovery. The case McCormick v. Carrier, which was issued in mid-2010, changes the scope of what the term “serious impairment of a bodily function” means. If you have been involved in a car accident and you are unsure whether you are experiencing a serious impairment of a bodily function, please contact the car accident lawyers in Grand Haven, MI at Van Tubergen, Treutler & Hayes, PLLC to schedule a free consultation to discuss your rights.
Legal representation for automobile accidents and injuries are based on a contingency fee agreement. This means that you will not have to pay legal fees up front and the attorneys will be paid based on a percentage of any damage awarded you receive. The only fees that you would have to pay are costs, which include filing fees, copy charges, and other expenses. These expenses are quite nominal, and we are willing to work with those who may be unable to pay.
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