Car Accident Lawyers
Car Accident Litigation
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Auto accidents can be a pain, literally. Close to 289,000 car and truck accidents happen in Michigan every year. For many people, the accident is only the start of demanding physical pain and emotional trauma. You may be too injured to get back to work, out of a car, or simply unable to pay for repairs. Knowing your rights and the compensation you are eligible for is critical to giving you some peace of mind.
After an accident, the stopwatch is running in order to get the benefits you need under Michigan auto law. Because an auto accident raises many legal issues, it’s important to contact the attorneys at Liblang to help you secure the compensation you want and the peace of mind you need.
If you are involved in an car accident, you should contact The Liblang Law Firm to discuss your case immediately: (248) 540-9270 or email@example.com.
Did You Know?
Remember, leaving the scene of an accident could make you responsible for a hit and run. Always remain at the scene until authorities and medical help have arrived. You may move your vehicle if possible, but it is best to leave the vehicle where it crashed in order to preserve evidence.
Large truck collisions can cause a variety of severe injuries, even fatalities. Safety should always be your first priority. By dialing 9-1-1, you will dispatch police and other emergency services to help gather eyewitness accounts while also building your crash report.
Truck accidents can often involve other passenger vehicles. Take care of your own injuries before giving assistance to other passengers and their vehicles.
Immediately after an accident, the crash scene provides the best opportunity to capture any and every form of evidence to prove you were harmed due to someone else’s negligence.
Take photos of any form of damage to your vehicle, or any other vehicles in the vicinity. Include snapshots of intersections or any specific landmarks and pay close attention to skid marks.
If it is dark, audio recordings can offer a very helpful solution instead of fumbling around for a pen and paper. Afterwards, record your own audio account of what happened.
Have a record of the facts can be critical as details tend to fade with the passage of time and truck crash lawsuits may sometimes take months at a time. Having an audio and visual record of what happened will help as you move forward with legal action.
Like any car accident, there is some important information you will need to collect from all drivers involved. Make sure to obtain:
- Phone Number
- Driver’s License Number
- License Plate Number
- Insurance Carrier & Name of Agent
- Insurance Policy Number
Remember the old adage “Whatever you do, don’t say it was your fault”? It’s always best to stick with that. Even if you sense that you had some responsibility for what happened, it’s always best to take some time and make sure you are in a calm state of mind before asking the appropriate questions.
It’s always important to have someone with experience fighting for you. The lawyers at Liblang are well equipped to handle any large vehicle negligence you may encounter.
Caring for your health is not only important for yourself, but for the defense attorneys on the other side watching to make sure you have sustained real injuries. Keep records of all visits and medical payments.
Did you know there is a deadline for filing a truck accident lawsuit? It’s called the Statute of Limitations and the clock is ticking every moment. Missing this deadline may mean a huge missed opportunity to receive the compensation and justice you deserve.
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