Yes, you can sue a driver that has no headlights and caused a Michigan auto accident. No headlights accidents are a common cause of serious injury accidents because these crashes often happen at a high speed and are unexpected. Under Michigan statute, an injured car accident victim can sue the negligent driver that has no headlights and caused the auto accident. These Michigan statutes include:
- Driving said vehicle upon the highway or other places open to the general public without lighted lamps and illuminating devices as required under the conditions then and there existing, in violation of Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. §257.684.
At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. our experienced auto accident attorneys specialize in these types of cases and can help you and your family sue the driver for for no headlights.
In addition to these laws on no headlights, our car accident lawyers will use other claims for general negligence against the driver to prove and win your no headlights accident case. Call our office today at (800) 606-1717 if you or someone you know suffers injuries or was killed in a no headlights car accident in Michigan. Under Michigan law, you do have legal rights and should pursue them immediately so you do not lose your case. Call now for your free consultation! Our expert Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. car accident lawyers will discuss your case with you and represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees until we prove and win your case.