When Can You Sue In Michigan For A Motorcycle Accident Injury?
According to Michigan Traffic Crash Facts for 2008, One out of every 10,208 persons in
What Is Considered A Serious Motorcycle Accident Injury?
In order to file a successful Michigan motorcycle accident lawsuit one must have sustained a serious injury due to the car accident. Some serious injuries include but are not limited to:
Â· Fractured and broken bones
Â· Back and neck injuries, like herniated and bulging discs
Â· Nerve damage
Â· Injuries that require surgery or substantial treatment
Â· Closed head and traumatic brain injuries (TBI)
Â· Spinal cord injuries
Â· Knee injuries
Â· Shoulder injuries
Â· Scarring and disfigurement
Â· Road rash requiring significant skin grafts
Â· Burn injuries
Â· Amputation injuries
Â· Psychological injuries, like depression and post-traumatic stress disorder
Â· Injuries which cause disability from work and other daily activities
When Can You Sue For A Motorcycle Accident Injury?
In order to have a motorcycle accident injury case one must be able to prove that the other driver is the at-fault driver in the accident and that you sustained a serious injury due to the crash. The process for this kind of lawsuit is complex and requires an experienced motorcycle accident attorney.
Is There a Time Limit To Sue For A
There are strict time limitations for filing motorcycle accident claims and No-Fault Insurance claims in
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