Michigan Personal Injury Attorney

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When you’ve been injured through no fault of your own by an accidental or an intentional act, you may have weeks – or even months – of medical treatment and recovery ahead of you. Your injuries may prevent you from working or fully enjoying your life. As you recover physically, it’s encouraging to know you have legal options to help you recover financially as well.

If someone else caused your accident and injuries, you have the right to seek compensation from the at-fault party. That compensation could help you recover for your medical expenses, the paychecks from the work you missed, and your pain and suffering.

A legal claim for compensation over your personal injuries can be complicated and time-consuming. But with an experienced personal injury attorney on your side, you will put yourself in the best position to obtain maximum compensation for your losses.

Contact Christensen Law today. We will schedule a free case review where you can learn more about a Michigan personal injury claim.

What Type of Michigan Personal Injury Accident Were You Hurt In?


An injury can be caused by any number of accidents. If your accident was caused by someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you can pursue damages from that person through a personal injury claim.

The types of personal injury claims that the Christensen Law firm handles include:

  • Product LiabilityDangerous products can cause serious harm to consumers. The manufacturer of a dangerous product can be held liable for any injuries caused by a product defect or a mislabeled product.
  • Premises LiabilityDid you know that property owners have a duty of care to everyone who sets foot on their property? You may have a claim if your injury resulted from negligence on someone else’s property.
  • Motorcycle AccidentsAll too often drivers don’t watch out for motorcyclists. If you have been seriously injured because of another motorist’s carelessness, a motorcycle accident claim could result in compensation for the ordeal you have been through.
  • Car AccidentsCar collisions are among the most common types of personal injury accidents. If you’ve been seriously injured in a car accident, talk to our Michigan injury lawyers about filing a claim.
  • Truck AccidentsBig rigs cause big damage when they collide with smaller vehicles. You have every right to seek justice and compensation for your suffering from a truck accident.
  • Wrongful DeathThe death of a loved is a devastating event. When the death was caused by another party’s negligence, talk to our wrongful death lawyers about a wrongful death claim.
  • Nursing Home Neglect / Abuse – Elderly adults are vulnerable to abuse when they cannot care for themselves. Fight the neglect or abuse they suffered by holding the liable parties financially responsible.

If you have suffered one of these accidents or some other accident or injury through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to pursue a personal injury claim.

How Can a Michigan Personal Injury Attorney Help You?


When you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness in Michigan, a personal injury attorney can help you demand compensation from the person or business that hurt you. Our skilled and experienced Michigan personal injury lawyers can help you by:

  • Thoroughly investigating your accident to determine if you have a viable personal injury claim.
  • Collecting evidence to support your case.
  • Identifying the parties at fault for your accident and injuries, along with potential sources of compensation, such as insurance coverage.
  • Providing you with legal advice at every stage of your claim.
  • Helping prepare the paperwork for your claim, including documents to file with the insurance company to make a formal claim for compensation.
  • Working with experts to establish a strong legal argument that demonstrates who was at fault for your accident and the extent of your damages.
  • Negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf to aggressively pursue a full, fair settlement.
  • Preparing your case for court, if it becomes necessary, and ensuring that your lawsuit is properly filed.
  • Vigorously advocating on your behalf to the judge and jury.