Personal Jury Case

Sustaining severe injuries due to an accident caused by another person’s negligence can be a ground for a personal injury claim. You have the right to just compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, emotional trauma, and other damages resulting from the accident.

Filing a personal injury claim, however, can be costly and time-consuming. For one, you need to gather evidence to prove that the accident is the other party’s fault. Also, you have to navigate through the intricate parts of this legal process. It’s not surprising that many victims of personal injury choose not to take the matter to court and, instead, accept whatever the insurance company of the other party wants to pay them. With an experienced attorney by your side, you can make sure that someone protects your rights and fights to help you get the maximum compensation you deserve. This way, you gain peace of mind, and you can focus more on your recovery. Seek legal advice if you or your loved one in Michigan sustained injuries due to:

  • Automobile accidents
  • Trucking accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Defective or dangerous products
  • Medical malpractice

While Kaye Law Office PLLC doesn’t handle personal injury cases, our firm has contacts throughout Michigan and other states who can refer you to an attorney who will provide competent legal services. We have the reputation of being empathetic and efficient; trust us to connect you to a personal injury attorney who genuinely cares for clients.

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Our firm is conveniently located in Genesee County, Michigan, next to the 67th District Court in Grand Blanc.  Consultations are confidential. To talk with a lawyer, call us at (810) 226-0203 or complete our online contact form.

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