When you are injured due to the action of another, our Oakland County injury attorneys at the office of Nickola Law will be by your side to represent you and advocate for a settlement award that fully compensates you for your injuries. Providing legal representation to individuals and families in Oakland County for more than 40 years, we have the experience and skill set you’re looking for. Call us today if you’ve been harmed and think you may have a personal injury case – we will evaluate your case for free!
If you’ve been injured, we can help, regardless of the cause of the injury or its type. Indeed, our injury attorneys have helped clients involved in the following case types, although we are confident in our ability to represent all injury victims:
We have also worked closely with clients who have suffered the death of a loved one, or suffered serious injuries such as brain and head injuries, spinal cord injuries, and burn, scar, or fracture injuries.
An injured party has the right to bring forth a personal injury case, which is a type of civil action, in Michigan when they have suffered an injury, the injury was caused by another party, and the injury was a breach of the duty of care owed by the defendant (at-fault party) to the plaintiff (injured party). For example, you can bring forth a claim if you slip and fall on another’s property due to unremoved snow or ice, but couldn’t seek damages for a slip and fall on your own property (there is no one to bring the claim against).
Personal injury actions in Michigan are subject to the state’s rule of comparative negligence, which means that any damages that you seek may be reduced in proportion to your own degree of fault. That being said, you can seek compensation for the full value of your losses, including medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and all other economic and noneconomic damages.
If you are injured at the hands of another, we urge you to call our Oakland County injury attorneys as soon as possible. Not only will this help to ensure that evidence relevant to your case is preserved and that your case is settled as quickly as possible, but it is also essential that you pursue your case within the state’s statute of limitations. In Michigan, all personal injury actions must be filed within three years from the date of the cause of action, or two years for medical malpractice cases. If you wait longer than the statute of limitations, you will be barred from recovery.
Don’t wait to call our Oakland County injury attorneys to learn more about the damages that may be available to you and how to initiate your case. Consultations with our law firm are offered free of charge, and we work on a contingency fee basis. Reach us now online or by phone to learn more.
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