Our car accident lawyers in Michigan at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. are reporting on a Pere Marquette Township rollover accident has left the driver and three passengers with injuries. Herbert Friedrich Kuester and Irene Emma Sheer, both of Germany, Liesolette Kuester and the driver Erwin Kuester, both of Ada, were injured in a rollover accident on Wednesday. Herbert and Irene had to be airlifted to Spectrum Health Hospital in Grand Rapids, while Liesolette and Erwin were treated at Memorial Medical Center in Ludington before being released. Reports are vague about the severity of the injuries involved in this case.
I am so sorry to hear about this accident. I hope that all four people experience a complete recovery without any permanent damages.
Research has shown that rollover car accidents tend to be the most violent of all car accidents and as a result are the most deadly. Rollover car accidents quite often result in life altering injuries, permanent disability, or even death. Injuries often include spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, severe orthopedic fractures, and other serious injuries. In the United States, rollover car accidents kill an estimated 42,000 people every year and injury many others.
In an accident like this, Liesolette and Erwin are entitled to receive No Fault benefits. In addition, Liesolette may have a claim against Erwin, since he was the driver, for any injuries not compensated by her No Fault benefits. Herbert and Irene may also have a claim for their injuries against Erwin since he was the driver. Even though they may be family or friends, the claim will actually be against Erwin's insurance company. As passengers, they are also entitled to No Fault benefits even though they are from Germany. They can make a claim from Erwin's No Fault insurance provider. At the very least, all the parties involved in the accident should contact the best Michigan car accident injury lawyers to find out their legal rights.