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If you have been involved in an automobile accident in Michigan you should take advantage of
our free consultation because you may be entitled to receive thousands of dollars every month that you
otherwise might miss out on.
Insurance agents and police officers have specific responsibilities that do not include making sure
you get the justice and compensation for damages you have suffered. That is the specific task of an
auto accident lawyer.
If you were involved in a car accident in Michigan you increase the chances of a maximum verdict by
relying on the services of an auto accident lawyer who specializes in Michigan No Fault Law.
So if you are looking for an auto accident attorney in Michigan then look for assistance from
Cochran, Foley & Associates based in Livonia, Michigan.
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You likely are entitled to monetary payment for pain and suffering caused by the car accident if:
you were a passenger or if the other driver was more than 50 percent at fault
you did not intentionally cause the accident
you are insured
a physician states the accident was more likely than not the cause of your injuries.
The likelihood of a judgment in your favor depends upon how significantly the auto accident affects
your life. In reaching a verdict about an automobile accident in Michigan, judges and juries
What activities you can no longer perform
How long you were off work
Whether you have visible scarring from the car accident
Whether the auto accident resulted in permanent, disabling injuries.
Because of the way Michigan No Fault Law works, auto accident victims in Michigan are entitled
to benefits such as payment of medical expenses, lost wages and attendant care, unless they were driving
a car they own without insurance.
Other possible benefits include reimbursement for travel to medical care, and household services such
as cleaning, yard work, etc. If you are rear-ended, or the accident is not your fault, you still
must file a claim with your insurance company.
Under Michigan No-Fault Law, auto accident victims may seek recovery of damages incurred
by filing a first party claim, a third party claim, or a mini tot claim.
The attorneys at Cochran, Foley & Associates who specialize in auto accident cases are fully informed
on Michigan No Fault law and are skilled in filing successful first and third party claims.
Attorneys at the law firm of Cochran, Foley & Associates will share with you information and advice
that you won’t get from your insurance agent.
Victims of auto accidents in Michigan can receive the maximum damages possible by relying on the expertise
and trial experience of the auto accident lawyers at Cochran, Foley & Associates.
If you believe you are a victim, let Cochran, Foley & Associates fight for your rights. There is
no obligation for case evaluation and no fee is charged unless a recovery is made. Click here for a
free consultation or call 800-322-5543 and ask for Terry Cochran or Lynn Foley.
Michigan No-Fault Insurance Changes
Terry Cochran explains where we are today with Michigan
No-Fault Insurance and the benefits of the current structure. Since 1973, Michigan has had
one of the most progressive no-fault laws. We have guarantees for accident victims that medical
bills and full care will be covered for life.
Proposed changes will limit access to medical care providers and
limit the amount of money available for auto accident victims. The lowest coverage
is $500,000. In the case of a catastrophic injury, that amount will be spent within the first six weeks.
The elderly are particularly vulnerable.
Seniors do not want to be a burden to their families, and it's pretty clear that Medicare
just won't have funds to cover these expenses.
The insurance companies say the changes will allow for lower insurance
premiums, but they make no commitments. Proponents of the proposed changes have a legitimate claim that
medical and care expenses need more controls. Terry is supportive of increased oversight of medical
services. Better reviews by the medical community of services and goods is appropriate and needed.
Listen to this 13-minute discussion with Alan Caldwell of AnnArbor.com's
The Law Offices of Cochran, Foley & Associates, P.C. is dedicated to representing individuals
and families who have suffered catastrophic losses as a result of injuries, disabilities and death.
The firm does not represent insurance companies or corporations but instead bases its practice upon
representing individuals and families.
Terry Cochran is a Michigan Auto, Car and Truck Accident Attorney