When you are injured by someone’s negligence or misconduct, you are entitled to recover damages related to your injuries. This includes medical expenses, missed time from work, and noneconomic damages like pain and suffering. In order to prove your case, you will need to prove negligence. This requires that you show that the defendant owed a duty of care, failed that duty of care, and injured you as a result.
The personal injury attorneys at Nickola Law have successfully recovered millions in damages for our clients. We ensure that a negligent party does not get away with hurting you. Give us a call or contact us online for a free consultation and we can discuss your case.
Even though Michigan drivers are required to carry no-fault insurance, you can sue a negligent driver if he or she causes serious permanent injuries that reduce your ability to use a bodily organ. You can also sue those who end the life of someone you care about. If you are involved in a traffic accident, even as a pedestrian, and the other driver’s reckless driving contributed to your injuries, Nickola Law can help.
If an aggressive dog caused you an injury while you were minding your own business in public or after being invited onto the dog owner’s property, you can sue the dog owner and recover damages for your injuries. You will need to prove that the dog caused your injuries and that you did not provoke the dog to attack. Nickola Law has successfully litigated numerous dog bite lawsuits in Michigan.
Cases of medical injury have specific rules for proof. A plaintiff must be able to show that his or her doctor or medical professionals provided a substandard level of care. Common medical malpractice cases include:
If substandard care exacerbated your injuries, Nickola Law can help you recover damages for your suffering.
If you are injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to sue for damages. Common premises liability suits include:
In Michigan, any employer who provides workers’ compensation insurance to their employees has immunity from civil actions. Sometimes it can be very difficult to get the workers’ comp insurance provider to pay up. In that case, the Nickola Law office can help you file your claim. In some cases, you may be able to sue a third party directly if you are injured on the job by a piece of equipment or a third party contractor.
Nickola Law represents plaintiffs in civil actions against negligent parties. Talk to us soon and we can begin preparing your case.
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