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$15.3 MILLION | AUTO ACCIDENT (WAYNE COUNTY, MI)
$3 MILLION | PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT (INGHAM COUNTY, MI)
$2.1 MILLION | PREMISES LIABILITY (OAKLAND COUNTY, MI)
$2 MILLION | TRUCK ACCIDENT (OAKLAND COUNTY, MI)
$1.9 MILLION | AUTO ACCIDENT (WAYNE COUNTY, MI)
This Downriver community is best known for: its connections to the sports world and a huge tire between the Outer Drive overpass and the Southfield Freeway interchange alongside Interstate 94.
The Detroit Lions have their practice and operational facilities in Allen Park. Additionally, Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park has hosted several major PBA events since 2009.
The Uniroyal Giant Tire, a Ferris wheel at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City, is the largest non-production scale model tire ever built, and one of the largest roadside attractions in the country.
Not everyone likes bowling or football, and not everyone likes unusual roadside attractions. However, sooner or later, a serious vehicle collision, fall, or other personal injury touches almost every family in Wayne County.
The experienced Allen Park personal injury attorneys from Goodman Acker fight for injured victims in these situations.
The moment you partner with us, we hit the ground running. We collect evidence that supports your claims and refutes insurance company defenses. Since we diligently build a strong case from the ground up, we usually resolve personal injury matters with favorable out-of-court settlements.
We proactively communicate with you all along the way, so you are never in the dark.
Contact us online or at 248-286-8100 to schedule a free consultation today with our dedicated, seasoned personal injury lawyers in Wayne County.
Overall, our passion for upholding victims’ rights and our commitment to our clients set us apart from the other personal injury lawyers in Wayne County. Since we are dedicated to your rights, no case is too big, and no case is too small.
As for our commitment to our clients, we work hard to maintain a small-town atmosphere while we take advantage of our vast resources to obtain maximum compensation for your serious injuries.
With a combined 150+ years of experience in personal injury, we have heard and seen just about every type of personal injury case.
Specifically, only our legal team has the right combination of experience, dedication, and accessibility to resolve your personal injury claim successfully.
Our experience is not limited to looking for quick settlements or easy ways out. We try hard to settle cases out of court, but we always prepare a personal injury claim as if it will go to trial. This approach is more time-consuming. But the investment pays dividends for our clients, as their testimonials clearly show.
At Goodman Acker, our Allen Park personal injury attorneys do not practice any other kind of law. Personal injury is not just a sideshow for us. All the members of our legal team have dedicated their careers to helping injured victims like you. That’s a level of dedication few other lawyers have or quite frankly, want.
Professional accessibility is an important component of our core values. Our lead attorneys assume primary responsibility for every aspect of your case.
Physical accessibility is important as well. That is why we have several office locations throughout the Detroit area. We want to make the claims process, which is often complex, as simple as possible for you.
The bottom line is always results. This combination of accessibility, dedication, and experience has enabled us to win millions of dollars in compensation for families just like yours.
You do not have to take our word for it. Our legal professionals are regularly featured in news stories, and our attorneys are AV-rated professionals on the prestigious Top 100 list of trial lawyers in Michigan.
We urge you to contact us for a free case evaluation. Even if an emergency responder or insurance adjuster said you were at fault for a car crash or other accident, you might be entitled to significant compensation.
This compensation usually includes money for economic losses, such as medical bills, and noneconomic losses, such as pain and suffering. Additional punitive damages are available as well, in some extreme cases.
Only take on an insurance company with others. Instead, let the Allen Park personal injury lawyers fight for you so you get the compensation you need and deserve.
“Personal injury” is a legal term that can be defined as a case that involves harm to the body and/or emotional wellness of a person due to another person or entity’s wrongdoing. At least one plaintiff pursues a case to recover damages from at least one defendant.
Through litigation, interested parties work to discover who is responsible for the injuries, calculate the extent of the damages, and compensate the victim for those damages.
Insurance claims, on the other hand, do not involve the courts. When a person is injured, they file a claim with an insurance company, either their own or the insurer representing the negligent party.
Depending on the type of accident, a claim may be filed against an auto insurance policy, a homeowner’s or property owner’s policy, a renter’s policy, or a professional liability policy.
Typically, an insurance claim is filed first. A personal injury lawsuit can be filed if a fair settlement is not reached. One of our skilled personal injury attorneys in Allen Park will make sure a strategic, well-supported personal injury claim secures your rights and interests.
In Michigan, the law allows injured parties to seek compensation for their damages. “Damages” in a personal injury case include the financial expenses and non-economic harm that results from an injury.
Most damages that result from a personal injury incident are medical expenses and property damage. When an injury is expected to last for an extended period or contribute to long-term expenses, litigation attempts to project the total costs of the incident.
Of course, other costs can result from an injury that is neither medical nor property related. Pain and suffering and emotional distress are non-economic damages that a personal injury claim can recover.
In rare cases, punitive damages (also known as exemplary damages) may be recovered if the liable party acted with malice or willful disregard for the victim’s rights.
In general, a person injured by another person’s negligence may be able to recover any or all of the following:
Personal injury claims can leave people frustrated and confused. The process itself can be overwhelming. Here, we try to answer some of the most common daily questions.
How long do you have to file a personal injury claim in Allen Park?
In Michigan, the statute of limitations for personal injuries and wrongful death, M.C.L.A. § 600.5805, allows you three years from the date of an incident to file a personal injury claim. Limited exceptions allow for additional time, like cases where:
For medical malpractice cases, however, M.C.L.A. § 600.5805(8) sets a two-year limit. Our experienced medical malpractice attorneys in Wayne County will help ensure you timely file a strong claim.
How does Michigan’s no-fault law impact my personal injury claim?
In July 2020, the State of Michigan put into place a new auto insurance policy, also known as Michigan’s no-fault law. It affects personal injury claims involving car accidents, bus accidents, or truck accidents. The no-fault law states that all drivers are now required to purchase and carry basic insurance coverage that would pay for expenses resulting from an accident.
Because this law is so new, it is important to have an attorney to represent your interests and advocate for your rights. Even if you are dealing with your auto insurance company, their priority is profits rather than fair compensation.
For what types of accidents can I file a personal injury claim?
Though Michigan now limits personal injury lawsuits to motor vehicle cases, you can still sue when necessary and in accordance with the law. You are still permitted to sue for full and fair compensation for injuries sustained in other types of accidents in Wayne County, such as but not limited to the following:
How do I know I have an Allen Park personal injury claim?
That is what we at Goodman Acker are here for. We will help you understand, at no cost to you, whether you have a personal injury claim. In brief, however, you may have a personal injury claim if:
How much is my personal injury claim worth?
The damages you can seek in a personal injury claim in Allen Park are fully dependent on the damages you suffered, considering all the facts and circumstances. We will review your case at the initial free consultation and clarify expectations.
The real worth of any given personal injury claim, however, can only be realized after a full investigation into the accident or incident.
Our highly skilled staff members and personal injury lawyers in Wayne County have the resources to conduct a thorough investigation. We will uncover all the facts so that the real worth of your claim is revealed, and you receive what you deserve.
If you have additional questions, please contact our Allen Park personal injury lawyers today at 248-286-8100.
If you need an Allen Park personal injury attorney, contact our team online or at 248-286-8100. Our risk-free, no-obligation consultation will help determine whether you have a claim. If so, we will outline what we can do for you.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Goodman Acker family. When you choose Goodman Acker, it is a good decision.