Back set and was throne to the other side of the car she in hospital now with fracture ribs in severe pain.my mother is 79 years of age. The Transporter was a young woman. What can be done.
Your mother should contact a Michigan attorney (preferably in the Detroit area) right away. Her medical expenses, the cost of replacement services and attendant care costs should be covered by no-fault insurance. Depending upon how serious her injuries are, she also likely has a claim against the party at fault in the accident. Do not delay. Contact a Detroit-area attorney as soon as possible.See question
In late December 013 I was in a severe car accident and suffer several injuries, I was the driver however the car was my friend's it was insured and I have lawyer but I'm not statified with the speed of my case .my 1st party is been funded, howeve...
Talk to your lawyer, but, frankly, it sounds like your case is progressing appropriately. 1st party benefits should be paid quickly--that's the essence of Michigan's No-Fault statute. 3rd party claims often require more time, which is also consistent with Michigan law. The opposing party is entitled to due process, just as you are. You shouldn't be surprised that resolution of a case with contested liability is not a quick process. You have an attorney; trust him or her, and discuss your concerns with that attorney. Second guessing your lawyer and asking strangers to give you second opinions is not likely to be productive. Ask your lawyer to explain the likely schedule of your case--when was it filed? Has a trial date been set by the Court? Are there other key dates coming up--case evaluation? mediation? your deposition? the deposition of the other driver? Or, perhaps you lawyer is waiting to see how your injuries develop, so that he or she can be sure the case is not settled before you can claim the full extent of your damages. Don't let anyone tell you that there is a specific time after an accident when a case should be settled. Your lawyer, who understands the details, should be consulted. And, I strongly urge you to give him or her the benefit of the doubt. Sometimes it takes a long time to get a good result, but a delayed good result is better than an expedited bad result.
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Sorry about the late response. Be careful not to be your own attorney. Don't concern yourself with whether you are 50% at fault or are otherwise barred from recovery. You ABSOLUTELY MUST contact an experienced attorney who practices personal injury law in Michigan. If you have a good case, someone will take it, and you will only pay a fee if you win. So, if you haven 't already called a Michigan personal injury attorney, do so RIGHT AWAY.See question
(Injury date: August 5, 2014) I was on a ladder 8-10 feet off the ground. The front leg on the ladder bent causing me to fall head first on the concrete floor. I was knocked out for almost an hour. The doctors found facial injury with broken bone ...
You should contact a Michigan Workers Compensation attorney. There are many who can help you. I suggest you call Jeff Appel at (248) 569-4400 or Richard Warsh, at (248) 357-7013.See question
My kids elementary school bus driver start parking far away from the bus pick up point , so my kids and other students go running about 300 ft to the bus,just giving a hard time for them, and today I was question her why she's doing that ,she beca...
Get medical treatment ASAP. This is a motor vehicle accident, so you are covered one way or another. If you have your own auto insurance, that will cover you. If not, you may be covered because a relative who lives with you has insurance. If neither you nor anyone with whom you live has coverage, you will be covered by the school district's insurance. After you get treatment, you should consult a Michigan personal injury law firm. While our firm would not handle your claim, we can refer you to many good Michigan attorneys who handle these types of claims.See question
I used to work (7 years) for one of the largest cellular provider companies in the US. During that time, I noticed unauthorized charges being added to many many customer bills. The company would never address the problem. I know they were/are maki...
You should consult with a law firm (like ours) that has extensive class action experience. Even if you cannot identify a class representative, an active class action lawfirm is likely to represent individuals who could serve in that capacity (due to previous inquiries about your employer). Contacting a plaintiffs' class action firm for guidance should be free. Most of us do not charge for such inquiries. To the extent that you are looking for compensation for your information, however, you may be disappointed. Unless you have information to show that the federal government has been cheated by this scam, there may be no avenue for you to obtain any type of financial reward for your information.See question
General Motors took the car examined it and could not find the reason that it exploded.
You need to consult with an attorney in Michigan. Your rights will be affected by many factors, including the date of the incident, and, of course, the evidence that there was a product defect. Our office does not currently handle matters adverse to GM, but we (or other Michigan attorneys) should be able to refer you to an attorney that specializes in this type of claim.See question
my daughter boyfriend 2 of her 3 kids,rented u-haul tow dolly in idaho moving back home to mich.went though butte mt my daughter was killed in wreck,on i90 just before mt pass, she was part way ejected. one grand daughter was tossed out clear of t...
This does not sound like it has the makings of a good class action, but there are important individual claims that you should pursue with qualified counsel. Contact an attorney in Michigan. You will probably need counsel in Montana also, but your Michigan attorney can help you find Montana counsel. Do not delay. Contact an attorney now.
Many Michigan firms, like ours, will consult with you about this case with no fee for that consultation.
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My civil case is going to case evaluation.Can I be present during the evaluation or it is only for representing attorneys only and the parties can not be present?
There is no hard and fast rule, but you should always ask your attorney.See question
I'm curious because the firm, which was sued, never filed a response by another law firm within the amount of days needed.
Attorneys, like other litigants, have the right to represent themselves. Although they tend to be more conscious of the advice often attributed to Abraham Lincoln that an attorney who represents himself has a fool for a client.See question