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Michigan Pedestrian Accident Lawyer
What to Do After a Michigan Pedestrian Accident Injury
If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident in Michigan, please contact us, by phone at 855-MIKE-WINS, or by e-mail and we will be happy to answer all of your questions at no charge. Pedestrians have legal rights. Contact us to help you defend yours.
Pedestrian Accidents are Often Severe
Pedestrian accidents often result in severe injuries including traumatic brain injuries (TBI), spinal cord injuries, back injuries, broken bones, neck injuries, burn injuries, scarring and disfigurement, amputation and even death. Victims who are injured in a pedestrian accident in Michigan have the right to file suit for personal injuries, and can file No-Fault Insurance claims even if they did not have a No-Fault Insurance policy. Such claims can provide financial remuneration for medical expenses, lost wages and other benefits.
What Determines a Pedestrian Accident Settlement in Michigan?
Some factors that can contribute to obtaining a settlement for a pedestrian accident case are:
- How and where the pedestrian accident occurred
- If driver negligence was involved
- Driver insurance coverage or lack thereof
- Insurance policy limits for pedestrian accidents
- Location and type of pedestrian injuries
- Seriousness of pedestrian injuries
- Medical treatment required for pedestrian injuries
- Permanency of pedestrian injuries, scars, or disfigurement
- Age of the pedestrian victim
Contact Our Michigan Pedestrian Accident Lawyers
Our experienced Michigan accident attorneys can evaluate the factors of your pedestrian accident case and determine the best course of action to obtain a settlement. The Mike Morse Law Firm has attorneys standing by 24/7 to advise you on a course of action. And, you pay no fees until Mike wins!