Michigan Distracted Driving Accident Lawyers
Aggressive Advocacy for Victims of Texting & DRiving Accidents
Distracted driving is a known danger, yet countless drivers don’t take the proper precautions to avoid behind-the-wheel distractions. Worse, some drivers knowingly engage in distracted driving, whether it be through texting and driving, eating, or the like.
If a distracted driver has injured you, Grewal Law PLLC’s Michigan distracted driving accident attorneys will represent you with tenacious determination. We have taken on innumerable cases against negligent drivers and their insurance companies—and with great success.
For example, a few of our family-owned firm’s cases include:
- $750,000 recovered for a 21-year-old woman injured in a motor vehicle collision at a defective intersection;
- $687,000 recovered for a 46-year-old man whose accident injuries resulted in a herniated disc and cord compression of the cervical spine; and
- $625,000 for a 36-year-old man who suffered multiple broken bones in an auto accident.
Our attorneys’ dedication is unmatched. To us, our clients are family. That’s why we always put them first.
What Is Distracted Driving?
Although most people think of distracted driving as simply texting and driving, it also includes the following:
- Talking on the phone
- Eating and drinking
- Putting on makeup/fixing hair in the mirror
- Taking off a sweater/changing clothes
- Reaching for an object
- Changing the radio station
- Adjusting climate controls
- Playing with the infotainment system
Any motorist may be distracted while on the road, from passenger car drivers to truck drivers, to motorcycle riders.
How Do You Prove Distracted Driving?
Since there are so many types of distracted driving, each case will be handled slightly differently. In most cases, however, a lawyer will reconstruct the accident and reach out to witnesses for their testimony. When cell phones are involved, a lawyer may also find it beneficial to obtain phone records.
If you have reason to suspect that the other driver was distracted at the time of the accident but cannot prove it, don’t wait to consult Grewal Law PLLC. We are thoroughly experienced in proving distracted driving cases, and we can go over the different ways in which we can investigate and prove your case.
Pursuing Compensation Through PIP Insurance
The state of Michigan is a no-fault state for traffic collisions. This means that, even if you are at fault, you can have your accident-related expenses covered under the other driver’s personal injury protection (PIP) insurance. At Grewal Law PLLC, we can negotiate with the no-fault insurance provider to ensure you are given the maximum coverage available.
Sadly, many accident victims suffer losses, or damages, in excess of the at-fault driver’s PIP limits. If this has happened to you, we can help you sue the at-fault driver to recover compensation. No one deserves to be stuck paying debt racked up by another person’s negligence.
Contact Our Award-Winning Distracted Driving Accident Lawyers
At Grewal Law PLLC, we share over 100 years of collective experience. During this time, we have been renowned by Avvo, Super Lawyers®, The National Trial Lawyers, and many more for our skill in recovering millions of dollars for our clients.
We are proud to provide our clients with honest and compassionate legal counsel. When we go up against the liable party, be it in the courtroom or the boardroom, we take an aggressive approach to advocacy. We won’t let them get away with harming you.
Contact us online to talk to a Michigan distracted driving accident lawyer. Your consultation will be provided at no cost to you!
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