Our client was driving northbound on John R. Road at Brockton when another motorist driving southbound on John R. turned into her vehicle. The impact of the collision caused our client’s vehicle to roll over.
The car accident was investigated by the Madison Heights Police Department. The driver that turned into our client’s vehicle was attempting to turn eastbound onto Brockton Road. However, the driver failed to yield to oncoming traffic and struck our client’s car.
As a result of the crash, our client injured her back, ribs, and shoulder. Her injuries are permanent and progressive. She had no injuries prior to the accident.
Our Detroit car accident lawyers have filed a first and third party lawsuit on behalf of our client in Oakland County Circuit Court. The first party (PIP) lawsuit seeks compensation from our client’s own auto insurance company, AAA, for her no-fault benefits. No-fault benefits sought include payment for her economic damages, such as payment of medical bills and expenses, household services, and more.
The third party lawsuit seeks compensation for her pain and suffering damages against the at-fault driver whose actions were a direct cause of our client’s injuries. Some of the arguments our car accident attorneys will use to show the direct cause include, but are not limited to:
- The other driver was in violation of his duty to not turn his vehicle from a straight line without first seeing that such movement could be made in safety;
- The other driver was in violation of his duty to use the proper lanes in traveling on said highways;
- The other driver was in violation of his duty to operate a vehicle with clear vision.
Since the driver of the accident is underinsured and our client had underinsurance on her own auto insurance policy, we will also be seeking payment for her pain and suffering damages from AAA as well.
Goodman Acker, P.C. Represents the Injured
Our Detroit car accident lawyers actively represent victims and their families who have been injured or killed in an automobile accident. Unfortunately, accidents can happen to anyone, anywhere at any time. For this reason, it is important that community members are prepared in case of an emergency.
If you or your loved one is ever injured in a car accident near Detroit, it is very important that you seek medical attention, first and foremost, if needed. In addition, it is important you call the police department to get a police report done of the incident. Typically, victims should call the police department of the city in which the incident occurred.
It is also important that speak to an experienced Detroit personal injury attorney to discuss what happened and what rights you may be entitled to. Often times, the insurance company will want to take advantage of you and will not be truthful as to what you are entitled to.
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. we offer free, no obligation consultations where we will discuss your case with you, answer any questions that you may have, and explain your legal rights. We understand you may have never been through the legal process before and we are here to help. Our lawyers have over 75 years of combined experience and have won millions for our injured clients.
Call our office today at (248) 286-8100 to discuss your claim and learn your rights. Our Detroit personal injury lawyers want to help you with your case.