Michigan Auto Law | Lawyers - Personal Injury
The Grand Rapids Office of Michigan Auto Law provides legal services for victims seriously injured in car, truck and motorcycle accidents throughout West Michigan and the Kent County area. For over 60 years, the firm's experienced lawyers have been helping victims with the utmost respect, compassion and consideration.
With 18 attorneys backed by a staff of more than 25 legal professionals, our law firm is large enough to handle the most challenging cases, yet we provide the personalized, responsive attention and respect that every person deserves.
Our legal specialties includes Michigan auto accidents, car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, spinal and neck injuries, and Michigan no fault insurance law.
Michigan Auto Law has helped people who were told they had no case by other lawyers, or that their case was too old. Call (616) 447-8847 for a free consultation with an auto accident lawyer. Our top-rated accident attorneys are here for you – anytime you need us.
Do I need a Michigan car accident lawyer?
If you've been injured in a car accident in Michigan, you may be asking yourself, "Do I even need a lawyer in my situation?" Having the right car accident lawyer makes an enormous difference, not only in higher settlements, but in protecting your legal rights. Know the clock is ticking after a car accident. Michigan has a very strict one-year time limit for auto accident victims to recover important No-Fault insurance benefits like medical bills and wage loss. Call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028 for a free consultation.
How Michigan's No-Fault law works...
If you've been in an auto accident in Michigan, there will almost always be three potential sources for legal recovery:
- The first-party claim for Michigan No-Fault insurance benefits,
- The third-party claim for pain and suffering against the negligent driver who caused the car, truck or motorcycle accident and,
- The claim for vehicle damage, known as the Michigan mini-tort.