On October 13, 2014, our Goodman Acker P.C. client was involved in an automobile
accident on Currie Road in Lyon Township, Michigan (Oakland County). The
collision took place at approximately 2:45 in the afternoon at the intersection
of Currie Road and 10 Mile Road.
Our client was driving eastbound on 10 Mile Road, near Currie Road, when
another driver driving northbound on Currie Road, at the intersection
of 10 Mile Road, attempted to make a U-turn. When the driver attempted
to make the U-turn, he failed to yield to oncoming traffic and therefore
carelessly and negligently turned into oncoming traffic, slamming into
the front of our client’s vehicle.
As a result of the Lyon Township car accident, our client suffered severe,
permanent and progressive injuries. Her injuries include, but are not
limited to: cervical disc herniations, lumbar disc herniations, abrasions
and contusions, shock, fright, and mental anguish, severe pain and suffering,
emotional distress, and other conditions that may have not manifested
themselves at this current time.
Due to her injuries and the acts of negligence of the other driver, our
client is entitled to compensation for her pain and suffering, as well
as payment for the reasonable and necessary care and treatment of her
injuries. Her injuries have not only impacted her life at its current
state, but our client will not be able to participate in activities a
normal, healthy individual is able to perform in the future as well.
Goodman Acker P.C. car accident attorneys have filed a lawsuit in Oakland County Circuit Court on her behalf. We
are seeking maximum payment for her pain and suffering damages against
the at-fault driver. Some of the arguments our car accident lawyers will
use to prove that the driver was at-fault and was the cause for our clients
injuries include, but are not limited to:
- The driver was in violation of their duty to not turn his/her vehicle from
a straight line without first seeing that such movement could be made safely;
- The driver was in violation of their duty to use the proper lanes in traveling
on highways and therefore is guilty of improper lane usage;
- The driver failed to timely use the brakes in which the vehicle was equipped;
- The driver drove the vehicle in a careless, reckless and negligent manner.
Lyon Township is located in the southwest corner of Oakland County. The
community has grown over the last few years due to its increase in residential
developments created in the township. Larger populations equal more cars
on the road. More cars on the road equal the possibility of more automobile
If you or your loved one has been injured in a Lyon Township collision,
call our Michigan car accident lawyers today at Goodman Acker P.C. We
have been giving expert advice and helping victims get the maximum compensation
they deserve for over 30 years throughout the entire state. Our attorneys
can do the same for you. Call our law office today at
(248) 493-2010 to discuss your claim and learn what rights you are entitled to. You have
nothing to lose and more to gain after you speak to an experienced attorney
about your case. Best of all, at Goodman Acker P.C. we offer a free, no
obligation consultation where we will answer any questions that you may
have and should you have a claim, represent you under a trusted no win,
no fee promise. Call now to get the help you need.