Detroit, MI (September 14, 2023) – The Michigan State Police and local police in Detroit reported that two automobiles crashed in the center and left lanes of I-94 on Thursday night, September 14, causing significant injuries.
One of the drivers involved in the crash on the westbound side near Chene Road was evaluated by medics and sent to a local hospital, according to a report filed by the Minnesota State Patrol. Officers began their investigation immediately after the crash was reported at 10:50 p.m., and they have now concluded their investigation, but they have not released any information regarding the fatalities.
Before the exit for Mound Road, the road was blocked for cleaning but is now open again. In the meanwhile, investigators are still working to determine what led to the catastrophe.
The injured and their loved ones are in our thoughts at this time.
Michigan Car Crash Injuries
The aftermath of car accidents in Michigan may be stressful and upsetting, but there are procedures you should do to preserve your legal rights no matter how the accident occurred.
First and foremost, motorists in Michigan should know that state law mandates reporting accidents involving injuries or property damage of more than $1,000 to the police. The police report will contain details regarding the scene of the collision, any witnesses, and the insurance companies involved.
Even if you don’t believe you’re gravely harmed, you should get medical attention right away after an accident. Even seemingly minor injuries may substantially alter a person’s way of life. Victims should begin maintaining detailed records as soon as they sustain any harm or exhibit any relevant symptoms in order to prove that the incident was the major cause of their problems. You should also tell your doctor right away if you have any new symptoms or injuries after beginning therapy. Keep track of how often and in what ways the accident has changed your life and how it has affected your finances, mental health, and treatment.
It’s important to remember that in addition to regular checkups with your family doctor, you’ll need to participate in physical therapy and occupational therapy if you want to make a complete recovery from an injury. In addition, if you plan on taking legal action, it will help your case if you really do what the doctor tells you to do and finish your therapy. It is very uncommon for insurance adjusters in the state of Michigan to claim that a victim of an accident who repeatedly delays medical treatment did not suffer from significant injuries and is, thus, not entitled to benefits or compensation.
If you or a loved one were wounded in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you should talk to a lawyer about your legal options in Detroit. If you’ve been hurt and need legal representation, contact our team at Christopher Trainor & Associates. Don’t wait to contact our Detroit personal injury attorneys at 248-886-8650 if you’ve been harmed in an accident. We provide free first consultations.
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