All across Macomb County, auto accidents are an unfortunate yet common part of travel, and while some are merely minor disruptions in the day, many others result in serious vehicle damage and injuries to occupants. While no one expects to suffer devastating injuries in an auto accident and many actively try to reduce the risk of such crashes occurring, no one can fully protect him- or herself from being involved in a crash. Even the safest driver can suffer due to the actions of a negligent or reckless driver.
At Lipton Law, our Michigan auto accident injury lawyers have dedicated their careers to getting car accident victims the compensation they need for all manner of losses in order to get back on the road and recovered from their accident.
Recovering from a Michigan Auto Accident
Those involved in a car accident are at risk of suffering broken bones, bruises, cuts, sprains, spinal cord damage, brain trauma, and other internal injuries due to the severe nature of such accidents. For pedestrians and bicyclists, the chance for such injuries when hit by a vehicle is even greater. Emergency medical care is often needed for victims in order to survive their injuries, and surgeries will be used to fix injuries and begin the healing process. Unfortunately, disabilities and other long-term damage may plague victims, which can only be healed through rehabilitative care.
Additionally, the pain, suffering, psychological trauma, and emotional damage of being injured in a car accident can plague a victim long after physical damage has healed. Psychiatric care can help victims face their fears and overcome their losses in order to return to a life like the one lived before the accident.
Negligent Drivers and Your Injuries
Michigan drivers have both a legal and moral responsibility to operate their vehicles safely and with respect to the well-being of everyone nearby. Unfortunately, many drivers choose to violate these guidelines by driving negligently and recklessly. Common dangerous driver behavior that results in the injuries of others includes: driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, distracted driving, speeding, violating the rules of the road, running red lights, tailgating, and many other actions that put fellow drivers and pedestrians at risk.
However, victims have the ability to hold such drivers responsible for their actions and pursue compensation for their injuries, loss of income, and the expensive medical care needed to heal. By proving that the driver committed negligent or reckless actions that led to your injuries, you will be able to find compensation, get justice for your losses, and prevent future accidents caused by the at-fault driver.
Finding Justice for Your Macomb County Car Accident
The search for fair compensation for your losses is not easy, especially without the help of experienced legal representation. The Macomb County car accident attorneys at Lipton Law are dedicated to providing needed representation so that injured victims will be able to recover from their losses to the best of their abilities. To learn more about how we can help you in your car accident case, contact us at (248) 557-1688.