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Michigan Pedestrian Accident FAQs

michigan pedestrian accident FAQsAs Michigan pedestrian injury lawyers, we recognize that victims of accidents in Michigan have a lot of questions about their legal rights.  We try to answer many of your questions below. Of course, you probably have a question or concern unique to your own individual case that needs the attention of an experienced Michigan injury and accident attorney.

If your questions are not answered below, we strongly encourage you to pick up the phone and call one of our experienced attorneys now at (800) 606-1717.  We'll take the time to fully answer your questions. There is no fee and absolutely no obligation whatsoever for this advice.  You can also complete our online contact form and a lawyer will get back to you right away.

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  • Who is best lawyer in Michigan for a pedestrian accident lawsuit?

    Finding the best lawyer in Michigan for a pedestrian accident lawsuit can be difficult task. When looking to hire an attorney after your Michigan pedestrian accident, you may want to ask the attorney the following questions:

    • Have you ever written a book on pedestrian accidents, auto accidents and insurance claims?
    • Do you have a website with information on pedestrian accident cases and free forms that I can print to make my insurance claims?
    • Have you ever taken an pedestrian accident case involving to trial and won a verdict  for your client?
    • What kinds of settlements have you received for your clients?

    The lawyers at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. will give you direct answers to all of those questions, as well as answer any other questions that you may have regarding your case and your legal rights. Our firm has represented pedestrian accident injury victims and their families for over 40 years throughout the State of Michigan, and has the knowledge, expertise, and experience in handling these types of cases. We have a track record of obtaining sizeable Michigan pedestrian accident settlements and jury verdicts for our injured clients and providing the best service possible.

    For more information about our award winning law firm and to discuss your case with one of our best lawyers for your Michigan pedestrian accident lawsuit, call our office now at (800) 606-1717.  We offer a No Win, No Fee promise, meaning our clients do not pay a penny until the case is settled or won. Call today for your free consultation!


  • My son was run over by a car in Michigan and suffered serious injuries. Can I sue that driver?

    Yes, if your son was a pedestrian run over by a car in Michigan and suffered serious injury, you can sue that driver. This is called a personal injury claim and includes claims for damages such as for pain and suffering, disability, and scarring or permanent disfigurement.

    In addition, your son may be able to file a claim for Michigan No-Fault Insurance Benefits. These include claims for payment of medical bills, lost wages, household services, and attendant care services. Even if your son did not own a vehicle or have an auto insurance policy, he can still file a claim for No-Fault Benefits. All pedestrians run over by a car in Michigan do have legal rights and may be able to pursue both of these types of claims.

    For more information about your rights after being run over by a car in Michigan, call our office now at (800) 606-1717.  Our top-rated pedestrian car accident lawyers will start working on your case immediately gathering all the evidence and witness statements to win and settle your case. We will represent you under our  No Fee Promise, meaning you do not pay any legal fees until we win or settle your case.

  • Can a pedestrian injured in a car accident receive Michigan No-Fault Insurance benefits ?

    Yes.  A person who is injured in a pedestrian accident with a motor vehicle in Michigan can receive Michigan No-Fault Insurance benefits for medical expenses, lost weages, attendant care services, and other benefits.  If the injured pedestrian did not own a car or have an auto insurance policy, the claim can be made against the driver of the car, an insurance policy of a family member, or against the Michigan Assigned Claims Facility.  To learn more about your rights in a pedestrian accident, you should request or FREE BOOK, "The Ultimate Michigan Car Accident Handbook."