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Michigan Rear End Car Accident Causing Herniated Disc in Neck Settlement

The auto accident attorneys of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. recently settled a lawsuit for a herniated disc in neck injury from a Michigan rear end car accident.  Our client was a passenger in a pickup truck that was rear-ended at a stop light in Wayne County. The lawsuit settled for $100,000.

A common neck injury, especially from a rear end car accident, is a herniated disc injury. These injuries often require extensive medical treatment and cause disability from work and recreational activities. Neck injuries from rear end car accident can be serious as many of times whiplash and trauma are two very large elements in these types of accidents.

Michigan law provides a special rule for dealing with rear end accidents. This law makes it difficult for drivers who have rear-ended a vehicle to rebut the presumption of negligence that is created when they rear end another car. In fact, MCL 257.402 provides a presumption that the person who hit the rear end of another car is at fault for the accident and guilty of negligence. Therefore, any individual injured in a Michigan rear end car accident, whether it be the driver or passenger, usually has a good case.

If you or a family member suffers a herniated disc or neck injury in an auto accident, call out Michigan rear end car accident lawyers. It is important that the personal injury attorney you hire for the case is knowledgeable on the various types of neck injuries and their treatments. Call our office now at (800) 606-1717 or simply fill out the Get Help Now form and Click to Send to the right of this page. Our top-rated award winning Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. attorneys will be in contact with you shortly.

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