Michigan Personal Injury FAQ

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Injured in Michigan due to someone else’s thoughtless or wrongful actions? Filing a claim to obtain compensation is an option on the table. Talk to a Michigan personal injury lawyer in a free case consultation about your claim options. Read through the Q&A below to get some answers to common questions before you call.

Michigan Personal Injury FAQs

Proving a Michigan injury claim is challenging. You will need to gather evidence that proves fault, proves your injuries, and proves your losses. Your Michigan personal injury lawyer can help you obtain the evidence you need to prove your case.

Yes, there is a time limit on filing an injury claim in Michigan. It’s known as the statute of limitations. You have three years to file your claim. If you don’t file within that time frame, you lose the opportunity to file a claim at all in Michigan.

Yes, different types of accidents fall under different laws. For example, car accidents have specific laws attached to them, as do injuries caused by medical malpractice.

You could be compensated for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, mental trauma, costs of physical therapy, property damage, costs of mental health treatment, scarring, disfigurement, lost life happiness, and more.

Most personal injury cases do not go to court. It’s unlikely your Michigan injury case will go to court. There is always a slim possibility, though, and if so, your lawyer will be ready for this.

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Make the call to Christensen Law to begin working on your personal injury claim. Simply fill out the form below or dial 248-213-4900 to reach our firm. Remember, you will receive a free consultation from a lawyer at our office just for connecting with us.