You should never sign a release from your Michigan auto insurance claims adjuster or give a statement directly after the car accident. Often times, victims of car accidents unintentionally waive their rights to potential No-Fault insurance benefits because they signed a release form that minimized their rights or made a statement unknowingly that hurt their case. Doing either of these gives great potential for a victim to lose their right to sue the negligent driver at fault in the Michigan car accident.
Auto insurance claim adjusters often try to minimize costs by recording statements early to weaken a car accident victim’s case or having the injured party sign a release form. At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. our auto accident attorneys highly recommend that you do not do that until there is an attorney present and have had an attorney look over the release form. Our Michigan car accident lawyers have significant experience in these types of cases and are well versed in what to look for by the insurance company that is not in the best interest of our injured clients.
The Michigan No-Fault system can be complicated so it is best that you talk to one of our experienced car accident attorneys. We will give you direct answers to all of your questions regarding your auto insurance case and your legal rights. Our firm has represented auto accident injury victims and their families for over 40 years throughout the State of Michigan, and has the knowledge, expertise, and experience in handling no-fault insurance claims. We have a track record of obtaining sizeable 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 car accident attorneys for your Michigan no fault insurance 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!