Troy Automobile Accident Attorneys
Everyone driving a Michigan road has a duty: they must use “reasonable care under the circumstances” as they operate their vehicle, be it a car, a pickup truck, a big rig, or a motorcycle. A driver that fails to do this is negligent, and if his or her failure causes an accident, then he or she is responsible for all of the damages to persons and property.
The injured party may have to file a claim or a lawsuit to enforce this legal responsibility. However unfair it may seem, the injured party has to prove that the defendant was legally negligent and that this wrongdoing was the cause of the accident that caused his or her injuries. Recoverable damages include medical expenses, lost earnings, and physical pain and suffering.
If you have been involved in an automobile accident, then it is important to get legal advice. You cannot depend upon the negligent driver to do the right thing.
If you (or your loved ones) were involved in an motor vehicle accident, and especially if you are contemplating any of the following as it relates to an automobile accident, please call the Sakis law firm for a free, initial consultation:
- Brain Injuries
- Closed Head Injuries
- Back and Neck Injuries
- Broken Bones
- Lost Wages
- Future Earning Capacity
- No-fault Benefits
- Hospital Bills
- Medical Bills
Sakis & Sakis is experienced in handling motor vehicle accident cases and regularly deals with insurance adjusters and other insurance company representatives. Do not delay because your initial legal consultation is at no cost to you.
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