Motorcyclists involved in car accidents, even minor ones, often suffer severe injuries. Due to the catastrophic nature of these injuries, a significant factor in the injured party's future quality of life may be the compensation received for their losses.
In Michigan, there are specific rules that govern no-fault accidents and special laws concerning motorcycles. For instance, motorcycles are not considered motor vehicles. Therefore, in order for an injured party to be entitled to no-fault benefits, a motor vehicle must have been involved in the accident. There are, however, legal strategies that a skilled personal injury attorney may use to help clients receive benefits they deserve.
At Sachs Waldman, P.C., our Detroit auto accident attorneys are well-versed in the intricacies of the laws and regulations affecting motorcyclists and motorcycle accidents. To discuss your Michigan motorcycle accident case, please contact our office today to speak with a personal injury attorney experienced in motorcycle accident cases. For more information on past Michigan cases, please view our Case Summaries page. Or, to learn more about motorcycle accidents claims, please see our Motorcycle Accidents F.A.Q. section.