Oakland County Car Accident Lawyer
Act Now! Retain Our Firm Today:
Car accidents can cause serious consequences, including life-threating
injuries. If you are suffering a serious injury due to a car accident,
you may be able to pursue compensation. At the Law Offices of Todd J.
Stern, we have handled a wide range of injury claims involving car accidents.
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These honors and benefits speak to his commitment to clients and securing
the compensation they deserve. Let us put our 20 years of legal experience
to work for your case!
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What are Michigan's insurance laws?
Michigan is a No-fault state when it comes to insurance. This means that
your own car insurance company will pay for most of the losses you suffered
in an accident, regardless of who was to blame for it. These are known
as first-party benefits or no-fault insurance benefits.
There is a strict statute of limitations of three years to file a personal
injury claim in Michigan, which means you need to contact an attorney
and get started on your claim as soon as you can. Many times insurance
companies work to minimize their costs by denying claims and shelling
out less compensation than you deserve. This is one of the many reasons
that having seasoned legal counsel can make a huge difference, especially
when dealing with difficult insurance companies.
Our Oakdale County car accident lawyer can strengthen your claim by:
- Collecting information from and questioning any witnesses
- Documenting and reconstructing the accident scene
- Contacting your insurance company
- Examining all relevant medical documentation
- Securing all police reports and accident reports
- Hiring expert witnesses
With an attorney from the Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C. on your side,
you have a fighting chance when pursuing the compensation you need to
move forward with your life.
How does no-fault insurance work?
No-fault Insurance is required by law in Michigan. The policy has three
basic parts: Personal Injury Protection (PIP), Property Protection (PPI),
and Residual Liability Insurance.
These three parts cover the following:
- Pay all medical costs, as well as up to 85% of your income for up to three years
- Entitle you to up to $20 a day for household services you can't perform
due to an injury
- Pay up to $1 million for damage your car does to other people's property
- Protect you from being sued due to an auto accident, except in certain
When you come to us, you can be confident knowing that our firm knows what
it takes to navigate the claims process and how to interact with insurance
claims adjustors. Pursue your fair compensation today by calling on our firm!
Don't wait to begin your claim-call now!
Want to learn more about how these insurance laws apply to your case? Need
to know how to navigate your accident claim? Feel free to contact our
firm at any time! Whether you are dealing with a first-party or third-party
claim, our legal team is prepared to help you pursue justice for your
pain and suffering.
free consultation, please contact the
Law Offices of Todd J. Stearn, P.C. today.
Attorney Todd Stearn is admitted to practice in both Michigan and New York.