Confused About Your Rights After A Michigan Car Accident?
You are not alone. Anyone who has been injured in a Michigan car accident will tell you that the laws for injury victims can be complex and confusing. Michigan's No Fault Insurance laws are different than every other state in the United States. This is not a bad thing, though, as the laws in Michigan provide the greatest benefits available to an accident victim than anywhere else in the country.
The problem that most accident victims encounter is understanding those rights and which benefits are available to you. And even more so, how can you get those benefits that you are entitled to after your car accident in Michigan.
Free Advice From Your Michigan Car Accident Lawyer
Our Michigan car accident lawyers provide free advice to everyone injured in an auto accident in Michigan. We do this because we feel it is important that accident victims completely understand their legal rights and take the necessary steps to obtain their benefits from the insurance company. Quite frankly, the auto insurance adjuster will not tell you about all of your entitled benefits to save the insurance company a lot of money. You could be missing out on tens of thousands of dollars worth of insurance benefits just because no one explained to you how to file your claims to get paid.
Types of Claims After Your Michigan Car Accident
If you were injured in a Michigan car accident, you may be entitled to receive the following insurance benefits:
- Medical bills
- Prescription expenses
- Lost wages
- Attendant care services
- Household services
- Medical mileage
- Transportation expenses
- Home modifications
You may also be entitled to receive compensation for pain and suffering, disability, scarring, and other injury claims caused by the accident.
Call Us For Free Advice From Michigan Car Accident Lawyers
For the best free advice after your Michigan car accident, contact the lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. at (800) 606-1717. You will speak to an experienced auto accident attorney who will listen to your concerns and give you absolutely free, no obligation advice on how to file your claims. You owe it to yourself to educate yourself and learn as much as possible about your legal rights after the accident.