Get the compensation you deserve after a car accident in Michigan
At Barberi Law, we have more than 75 years of combined experience helping injured individuals obtain the compensation they need and deserve. One of the most common case types we handle are car accidents. Our lawyers understand how to best approach these legal claims based on the specifics of the particular accident, including:
- Rear-end collision
- Head-on collision
- T-bone accident
- Rollover accident
- Drunk driving accident
- Hit-and-run accident
Get the answers you need
We are highly familiar with the local court system, as well as the nuances of personal injury laws. In order to share that knowledge with accident victims, we offer a free book to answer a range of potentially life-changing questions, such as:
- What are my options for compensation?
If you have auto insurance, the first option we’ll examine is your PIP benefits. Outside of that, we can explore the possibility of recovering compensation for lost wages, medical treatment, property damage, and pain and suffering from the at-fault party’s insurance carrier.
- What happens if my insurance company refuses to pay?
If your insurance carrier attempts to devalue, delay or deny your claim, we will carefully examine all documentation, including the police report and your medical reports. It is not uncommon for an insurance company to attempt to protect its bottom line at the expense of injured individuals. We will diligently fight to ensure that this does not happen in your situation. At your direction, we can open negotiations with your insurance company to reach a settlement before courtroom litigation becomes necessary.
Regardless of your unique situation, we encourage you to contact our office. We will mail you the book free of charge. Other issues addressed in the book include:
- Who should I contact first: a lawyer or my insurance carrier?
- Who will pay for the repairs on my car?
- How am I going to get my bills paid while I recover?
- Should I sign the insurance adjuster’s paperwork to keep the process moving forward?