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The preferred form of travel for most Americans is the automobile, so it should come as no surprise that car accidents kill and injure thousands of bicyclists, motorcyclists, motorists and pedestrians every year in the U.S. A car accident has the potential change the course of a victim’s life if it is serious. Regardless of the severity of your car accident, you deserve compensation if another driver’s negligence caused you injury or destroyed your property.
The latest data from the Michigan State Police (MSP) shows that in 2015, 963 people died and 74,157 people were injured in car crashes. Overall, 297,023 traffic accidents were reported to police, most of which resulted in only property damage. Driver error caused the overwhelming majority of those accidents.
Leading Causes of Michigan Car Accidents according to MSP:
Crashes at intersections which accounts for 25 percent of fatal crashes.
Alcohol impairment was responsible for 30.3 percent of deadly accidents.
Excessive speed was a factor in 13.2 percent of fatal collisions.
Above are just a few of the causes of fatal and injurious crashes in Michigan. Neglect can manifest in many ways on the road and can lead to devastating injuries for you and a loved one.
Michigan’s car insurance law varies from other states and affects how car accident victims recover compensation for their injuries and damage to their property. The rule requires accident victims to file their auto accident claims against their policy. Your insurer is responsible for your medical expenses, lost wages and property damage no matter who was to blame for the crash. You cannot take your claim to civil court unless you suffered an injury that caused:
Severe impairment of a limb or bodily function.
If you are unclear about how to proceed with your claim, let USAttorneys connect you with a car accident lawyer who can explain Michigan’s no-fault insurance rules and help you recover the settlement you deserve.
You can get more information about Michigan’s no-fault insurance rules here.
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