Distracted Driving Car Accidents
The Michigan Law Firm, PLLC represents victims of distracted driving accidents across the State of Michigan. A distracted driving case in one in which the negligent driver was operating an electronic device, eating, drinking, posting on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat, or carrying out an action that drove their attention away from the road, causing them to hit someone. There are a number of benefits that you may be entitled to as the victim of a distracted driving Michigan motor vehicle accident.
Benefits for Victims of Michigan Distracted Driving Accidents
Depending on a number of factors, you may be entitled to medical treatment, home nursing care, wage loss payments, attendant care services, and replacement services. You may also be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. If you have been injured in an auto accident caused by a distracted driver, call The Michigan Law Firm, PLLC to speak to an experienced distracted driving auto accident lawyer today.
Michigan Distracted Driving Accident Injuries
Our distracted driving accident lawyers represent victims car, motorcycle, and truck collisions due to the fault of a distracted driver who caused the accident. Whether you have suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), headaches, broken or fractured bones, whiplash, back pain, neck pain, herniated discs, muscle tears or you have cuts, bruises, or permanent scars from the motor vehicle accident, our law firm can assist you in getting any monetary benefits you may be entitled to.
Proving "Pain and Suffering" In a Michigan Distracted Driving Accident
In order to succeed on a claim for monetary pain and suffering compensation in a Michigan Distracted Driving Accident Lawsuit, you must prove that you sustained a "threshold" injury and that the distracted driver was at fault. A "threshold" injury in Michigan is typically considered either a permanent serious disfigurement or an objective injury which affects the way you live your normal, everyday life. Call our firm at 844.464.3476 to speak to an experienced lawyer and discuss whether your injuries will meet the Michigan "threshold" for pain and suffering. Proving that the distracted driver was at fault is a more complex process in which your attorney may, depending on the unique facts of your case, rely on the testimony of witnesses, police reports indicating the other driver was distracted, or even testimony from accident reconstruction experts.
Contact a Michigan Distracted Driving Accident Lawyer
The Michigan Law Firm, PLLC offers free consultations. Call a distracted driving car accident lawyer today to discuss if you are eligible for No-Fault or pain and suffering benefits in your case.
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