Accident Resource Center of Michigan
Serious accidents, especially auto accidents, are responsible for the majority of injuries, death and disability for individuals under the age of 40. Michigan car accidents are a major cause of death and multiple injuries to pedestrians. Multiple injuries involving pedestrians are a frequent result of car and truck crashes because the pedestrian usually sustains two distinct impacts: one from the vehicle that strikes the pedestrian and a second impact when the pedestrian hits the ground. Multiple injuries to a pedestrian can include wounds to the bones and joints, internal injuries, trauma to the skin and muscles, and injuries to the brain and spinal cord. Multiple injuries sustained by the pedestrians often result in death. If a pedestrian survives a Michigan auto accident, she or he often faces long-term medical treatment, loss of wages and difficulties with normal daily activities.
If you, a friend or loved one are a victim of a Michigan pedestrian accident, it is important that you speak with an experienced Michigan pedestrian accident lawyer to learn about how you can protect your rights. Complete the online form for a free case evaluation or call the toll-free of The Law Offices of Henry M. Hanflik at 1 (888) 905-4632.
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