Know the facts of auto accident claims

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Soon the snow will be flying and the chances of getting into an auto accident will be on the rise. Be prepared for the unthinkable with help from the experts at Auto Accident Attorneys.

Auto Accident Attorneys handle no-fault, auto accident injury claims. They recommend you call them no matter who is at fault, even if the police reports says you area at fault. Fault only matters when it comes to making an Injury and Life Hardship claim, commonly known as a Pain and Suffering Claim. You can only make an Injury and Life Hardship claim if you are found not to be at fault.

No-Fault Benefits

  • Medical treatment
  • Wage loss
  • Household replacement services
  • Attendant care
  • Medical mileage or transportation

To qualify for an Injury and Life Hardship settlement, you must be found not at fault and your injuries must meet a threshold level. That means your injuries have to be severe enough that you are not able to live your life in the same manner as you were before the accident for any period of time, from one month to a lifelong physical disability.

Let Auto Accident Attorneys investigate your claim, even if the police report says you are at fault. If you believe you are not at fault, even if you received a ticket and the police report says you are at fault, call them. Their investigators will look at your claim and may be able to prove you were not at fault for the accident.

If you were injured in an accident, call right away to avoid the statutory time limitation for filing a claim. A consultation is free. Call (616) 742-9000.

Auto Accident Attorneys
424 Plymouth Ave. NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
(616) 742-9000

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