Frequently Asked Questions About Michigan Law
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I was diagnosed with a closed head injury in a Michigan car accident. I would like to sue the other driver who caused the accident to compensate me for my injuries. Even though Michigan is a no-fault state, can I still sue him?
Yes. Car accident victims who have been diagnosed and treated for trauamatic brain injuries and closed head injuries can sue the negligent driver that caused the accident for money damages. You can also claim Michigan No-Fault Insurance benefits from your own automobile insurance company to pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, attendant care benefits, and other benefits.
Does the auto no-fault insurance company have to pay for brain injury treatment for a person who suffers a closed head injury in a Michigan car accident?
Yes, if the injury arose out of the accident and the brain injury treatment is necessary and reasonable.
I suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at my Ann Arbor apartment due to a defective furnace. Can I sue the apartment complex for my injuries?
Yes, if you can prove that the unsafe levels of carbon monoxide were due to the furnace being defective or in disrepair. We hire engineers and other experts to prove your case.
I suffered burn injuries on an airplane when a flight attendant spilled hot coffee on my arms during a flight. Can I sue the airline for my injuries?
Yes. We have handled such cases and the airline is liable for your injuries and typically pays a settlement for your claim.
Can a person injured in a Michigan boat accident file a lawsuit against a negligent boater?
Yes. Michigan boaters have the legal duty to operate their boat in a safe and non-negligent manner. A boater who ignores the boating laws or drives in an unsafe manner can be sued for injuries caused by his negligence?
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