Our Goodman Acker P.C. car accident lawyers are offering a Free Car Insurance
Policy Review on Tuesday, August 18th from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at our law offices located at 17000 West
10 Mile Road, 2nd Floor, Southfield, Michigan 48075. The event, "Do You Really Have 'Full Coverage' on Your Michigan Auto Insurance Policy?" is free and open to all.
Members of the community are invited to stop by our office and have their
auto insurance policy reviewed personally by one our experienced car accident
attorneys. Attendees need to only bring a valid Michigan Driver's
License and their Auto Policy Declaration Page that summarizes the coverage
they have. Walk-ins are welcome; however it is recommended that if you
are interested to call
(248) 793-2010 and make an appointment.
"Many Michigan drivers believe that if they were to be injured in
a Michigan car accident that they would be fully protected under their
auto insurance policy simply because their insurance adjuster has told
them they have 'full coverage.' Unfortunately, this is not the
case," says Attorney Jordan Acker.
Under Michigan law, a driver is required to have an automobile insurance
policy with no-fault insurance benefits. The reality is that there are
hundreds of thousands of people in the Metro Detroit area who are not
properly insured and many more who have no auto insurance policy at all.
What many Michigan drivers believe to be "full coverage" will
soon realize that their coverage does not protect them against an
uninsured or underinsured driver.
car accident lawyers at Goodman Acker P.C. will be reviewing insurance policies to ensure members of the community
have the 'optional' coverages that can help protect one in such
a scenario. These 'optional' coverages are not always disclosed
to the consumer and in reality the insurance companies do not want you
to know about and are relatively inexpensive.
In addition to the policy review, suggestions will also be made to ensure
an individual is truly "fully protected."
"We are constantly looking out for members of our community and this
is another way we can offer an ounce of prevention", says Acker.
To register today for an appointment call (248) 793-2010.