Motor vehicle accidents can leave victims confused, hurt, and without resources to protect their rights. You need an experienced attorney licensed in Michigan. No-fault laws are complex and changing rapidly. Our attorneys will handle these matters in order to ensure the best possible outcome for you. Among other things our offices can:
- Negotiate a settlement
- Get your medical bills/expenses compensated
- Secure Attendant Care, Household Services, and insurance benefits
- Obtain lost Wages
- Facilitate your No-Fault claim
- Obtain traffic and medical reports
Motor vehicle accidents are complicated, and there can be additional complications if pedestrians or motorcyclists are involved. Even if you were a pedestrian, bicyclist, or motorcyclists who was hurt, our experienced attorneys can help you get the benefits you deserve. So too, Michigan has a large trucking industry and truck accidents are often very serious. No-fault claims have a strict statute of limitations, so don’t lose out on the benefits you are entitled to, even if your claim was denied, contact Garmo & Kiste PLC today at (248) 398- 7100.
Michigan Dram Shop Law
If you or a loved one have been injured by a drunk driver, you need an experienced attorney to represent you. Not only can you pursue the drunk driver, but you also may have recourse against any establishment that served him or her alcohol on the evening in question. Restaurants and bars also have a duty to the public to protect your safety, and if they have violated that duty resulting in injury, they are liable as well. You may not be aware of these laws, because it requires preserving the evidence for trial. Our firm can investigate the circumstances for you, in the precious weeks after an accident when evidence can be lost while you are recovering.
Michigan Road Defect Cases
Did you know that you can make a claim for injury based on defective roadways or sidewalks? This right is limited by stringent statutes of limitations: ranging from 60 to 120 days after the accident, depending on the agency and type of defect. Injuries based on the following types of defects may form the basis of recovery
- Improper design
- Potholes and roadway defects
- Trees and debris on the roadway
- Highway shoulder drop-offs
- Failure to post warning signals and signs
- Inadequate or malfunctioning warning signals and signs
In order to make sure the requirements are met and preserve your claim, you need an experienced attorney on your side.
To retain Garmo & Kiste, PLC, for assistance in these matters call us at (248) 398-7100 for a free consultation or contact us with a private message. We are experienced Michigan attorneys with offices in Troy, MI.