Our Michigan motorcycle accident lawyers filed a lawsuit for a passenger injured in a California motorcycle accident. Both the passenger and driver of the bike are from Michigan and were vacationing in Los Angeles. While riding the motorcycle on a major street, the motorcyclist failed to stop and rear-ended a car. The passenger was thrown from the bike and suffered serious injuries.
Our client, the passenger, was taken by EMS to a local hospital. She was diagnosed with several fractured ribs, a collapsed lung, and a fractured collarbone. She was hospitalized for several days before returning home to Michigan. She followed up with an orthopedic surgeon in the Detroit area. She still has pain and limited range of motion in the shoulder. She did not require surgery.
We filed a lawsuit on her behalf against the motorcyclist seeking all damages allowed under Michigan law. The suit was filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court in Detroit, Michigan. No trial date has been set by the court.
Michigan motorcyclists injured in out of state accidents do have legal rights. This includes bike passengers injured, similar to this case our attorneys are handling. If you or someone you know is a Michigan resident injured in an out of state motorcycle accident, call our top rated attorneys today at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case and possible claims for recovering compensation. You may be entitled to monetary settlement for the injuries suffered in the collision. We offer a Free, No Obligation Case Review and will represent you under our No Win, No Fee Promise which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your claim.