According to The News-Herald, Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has been involved in 4 traffic incidents since he signed with the Lions in 2010. As a rookie, he was involved in an accident which was determined to have been caused by the other driver. In December, 2011, he was involved in another crash which is currently in litigation. Then in March, 2012, he was cited for driving 91 mph in a 55 mph zone.
On Thursday, October 11, 2012, Suh was involved in a traffic accident. According to the other driver, Suh’s vehicle sideswiped his vehicle without Suh stopping. Suh was not cited for the collision because, according to police, it could not be determined who was at fault, leaving the other driver to deal with the issue of fault and compensation for his damages.
Luckily, in the Thursday incident, no one appears to have been injured. Yet, what do you do when you are injured in a Detroit traffic accident, the police do not cite the other driver (who might be at fault for the accident), and you still have to repair your vehicle and mend your injuries? Sometimes, unfortunately, once your insurance claim is filed, you will need to do battle with the insurance company to receive just compensation for your damages and injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Michigan car accident, and are dealing with insurance companies who are delaying or denying your claim, let the knowledgeable, experienced and dedicated Detroit car insurance claims lawyers at Lipton Law help. Call us at (248) 557-1688 for a free consultation.