I was stopped at a red light and was rear-ended by another car. Can I sue the driver that rear-ended me for my injuries?
A driver who rear-ends another driver is almost always determined to be negligent under Michigan law. There are very few exceptions and every driver must travel at a safe speed to be able to stop within the assured clear distance ahead, so as not rear-end another vehicle. If your injuries are serious, you probably have a good case against the other driver.