A 2020 report from the Governors Highway Safety Association found that Michigan ranked 13th in the United States for pedestrian fatalities during the first half of 2019. From January to June 2019, 62 people in our state died in pedestrian crashes.

While you may be grateful to be alive, you are likely living a much different life than you did before the accident. Your severe injuries may have left you with significant medical needs, tremendous pain, and unbelievable emotional suffering. You might be unable to work, go to school, or go about your daily activities.

You may be confused and scared about what to do next, but you are not alone. Our experienced Michigan personal injury attorneys are here to help you every step of the way.

Steps to Take After a Pedestrian Crash

Before you can recover damages in a pedestrian accident case, you must convince the insurance company or court that: (1) someone else is legally responsible for the accident; and (2) it’s appropriate to assign a specific dollar amount to the value of your injuries. 

You will need convincing evidence to make your case, which you can get by:

We know that right now things are hard and that the steps described above may seem overwhelming. However, you don’t have to manage your recovery without a lawyer.

Our Bloomfield Hills Personal Injury Lawyers Can Help You Every Step of the Way

Our legal team will make sure that all of your rights are protected, that all evidence is gathered and analyzed, and that all necessary steps are taken to protect your rights. Let us remove the stress of your legal claim from your shoulders during this difficult time. Call our Bloomfield Hills injury attorneys today to discuss your potential case.

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