Our auto accident lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a pedestrian hit by car in Michigan parking lot. The defendant struck our client while she was walking through the parking lot of a mall in Kalamazoo.
She suffers serious injuries to her knee and shoulder due to the parking lot car accident. She has undergone physical therapy for her knee and shoulder and when conservative treatments failed to resolve the knee injury she underwent knee surgery. Our client continues to be disabled from her work as a school teacher.
The accident lawyers at Buckfire Law filed a lawsuit against the negligent driver in the Kalamazoo County Circuit Court. Claims against the negligent driver include pain and suffering, disability, loss of enjoyment of life and other non-economic and economic injuries. A trial date has not been set by the court.
Our auto accident lawyers represent clients who are injured when hit by car in a parking lot. These include both public parking lots, like shopping centers, such as this case, as well as private parking lots like apartment complexes, office buildings, and factories. These accidents occur when a person is hit by a car in the parking lot as either an occupant of another car or as a pedestrian walking through the parking lot.
If you or a family member suffers injuries after a Michigan parking lot accident you do have legal rights. To learn more about your legal rights after a Michigan parking lot accident, you should request our own book written by Michigan car accident lawyer Daniel L. Buckfire, "The Ultimate Michigan Car Accident Handbook." It has been called the best book ever written for persons injured in Michigan car accidents. It answers all of your questions, in plain English, about your legal rights against negligent drivers as well as your available benefits under the Michigan No-Fault Law. We'll send it to you for FREE!