Michigan Personal Injury FAQs
Due to someone’s negligence, I was injured, but it’s nothing severe. How do I know if I have a case?
Your best bet is to talk to us. Just because you did not get severely hurt, even a small amount of pain can entitle you to a certain amount of money.
What are compensatory damages?
This is compensation for the injured person which can include a number of losses that can occur from a personal injury, also referred to as actual damages.
How can someone’s negligence cause me an injury?
There are many things that may not occur to an injured person when it comes to someone else’s negligence being involved in a Personal Injury case. For example, employees at a grocery store fail to clean up a broken jar on the ground, causing someone to slip on it, fall, and get hurt.
How much money do you think I will receive from my personal injury case?
These can depend on a number of factors including the extent of your injury, the cost of your medical bills, the amount of time you had to take off work, etc.