Lawyers Advocating For The Rights Of The Injured
The law in the State of Michigan provides that a person injured (or representatives of someone who is killed) in an auto accident may ask for damages and compensation from a negligent driver, including pain and suffering, disfigurement, future loss of wages and a host of other possible damages.
The injured person has several other cases as well. All medical bills and household replacement costs, known as NO-FAULT benefits, are generally paid for by your own insurance company. If the person who caused your auto-related injuries does not have insurance, you may have an Uninsured Motorist Claim against your own insurance carrier, or if the driver who caused your injury has insufficient insurance coverage, you may also be covered by an “under insurance policy” you don’t even know about.
Have You Been Hurt By Another Driver’s Negligence? We Can Help
Individuals hurt in an automobile accident can also file a claim for MINI-tort. Our personal injury attorneys can help to determine if your case might even qualify for Social Security Disability benefits.
If you or a friend or family member has been the victim of an auto accident, you probably have a variety questions that need answering immediately. Do I have a case? How do I get a claim number from the insurance company? How can I get my medical bills paid? Where can I find a doctor who will treat my injuries? The auto accident attorneys along with our paralegals at Benson & Associates can answer all your questions
Let our personal injury lawyers assist you in obtaining the MAXIMUM compensation for every aspect of your case. So stop running around in circles, and call us for a free, no obligation consultation. If we can help to make your case, we will handle your case on our “ZERO” FEE GUARANTEE.
A wrongful death claim can be the result of an automobile accident, construction injury, or any form of negligence that causes a person to lose their life. A wrongful death attorney from our law firm is ready to discuss your case so call us at 248-357-3550.
You might think that lawyers who advertise for “dog bite” cases are working hard to drum up business. Well we are, because if you have ever seen the results of a vicious dog bite or attack by a seemingly placid dog, you might feel better knowing that the Law in Michigan protects a person bitten by a dog. Our dog bite lawyers in Southfield are here to help you.
What Are Your Legal Rights?
If you, your child or a loved one sustains injuries from a dog bite, the first thing to know is that Michigan has a Strict Liability Statute protecting the person who is bitten. Second, the owner of the dog may be liable, and his or her homeowners insurance could be held accountable to pay medical bills and damages for pain and suffering, disfigurement or any damage related to the dog’s actions. Third, Benson & Associates PLLC, handles these cases on a contingency-fee basis, with our “ZERO” FEE GUARANTEE.
Our personal injury attorneys have successfully handled many dog bite cases and recovered thousand of dollars for our clients and their families. If you have a question about a case please call 248-357-3550 for a free consultation. You make the call, and we’ll make your case.
When medical and surgical care goes wrong and you feel a procedure was not done properly, you need to learn your rights. Our team of medical malpractice experts will assist in advising you as to the standard of care doctors or care givers are required to give patients, and let you know of your rights to recover damages for medical malpractice.
Because medical malpractice cases are challenging to prove, it is necessary that our team evaluate your case to see if it has merit. Our personal injury lawyers are happy to discuss your situation with you and offer an explanation of common types of medical malpractice, such as improper diagnosis, surgical error or a failure to properly apply the standard of care to your case.
For a free analysis of your situation or that of a loved one, contact the personal injury lawyers at Benson & Associates PLLC, and let us decide if you have a good case. Call 248-357-3550 or contact us online for a free evaluation of your case.