Michigan No-Fault Benefits After a Pedestrian Accident
Michigan is a no-fault state. This means that pedestrians injured in an
accident involving a motor vehicle, even a hit-and-run-accident, may be
able to collect no-fault insurance benefits. No-fault insurance benefits
can include payment of medical bill expenses, lost wages, attendant care
services (nursing services), and more.
It is important that the attorney you choose to represent you in your Michigan
pedestrian accident lawsuit has a complete understanding and thorough
knowledge of Michigan’s no-fault laws. Without that knowledge, you
may only be able to collect compensation for your pain and suffering and
not obtain the no-fault insurance benefits you are also entitled to from
the insurance company.
Retain the Services of Our Detroit Personal Injury Lawyers
Because Michigan has a strict statute of limitations for filing this type
of claim, it is important that you do not wait to consult with our skilled
legal team. Waiting too long to file a lawsuit could mean that your case
could be barred forever and you will not be able to collect compensation
for your injuries. Our attorneys will handle your case from the initial
investigation, gathering all evidence including contact information of
witnesses and insurance information of the driver involved. We will represent
you on a contingency fee basis, which means there are no legal fees to
you whatsoever unless you receive a settlement or recovery.