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Michigan Pedestrian Hit By Car Accident Lawsuit Filed – Leg Amputation Injury

Our Michigan pedestrian accident lawyers recently filed a pedestrian injury lawsuit.  The case was filed on behalf of a thirty-two year old man who was struck by a car while crossing Michigan Avenue in Dearborn, Michigan.  The motorist failed to observe him in the roadway and struck him at a high rate of speed.  He suffered significant trauma in the accident.

Our client’s medical bills, lost wages, and other expenses are being paid by State Farm Insurance Company as required under the Michigan No-Fault Statute.  He is also receiving attendant care service benefits for supervision, dispensing of medications, assistance with bathing and dressing, and for wound care.  The insurance company is underpaying the appropriate rate for these services and a lawsuit for those claims has also been filed.

The lawsuit was filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court.  It seeks money damages for his pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, disfigurement, disability, and excess economic claims.  No trial date has been set by the court.

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