A recent study found that more than 4,000 Americans were killed each year as a result of a vehicle/pedestrian accident, and over 50,000 were treated for non-fatal injuries in emergency rooms. Many of those injured or killed were over 65 years old, with the elderly person falling or being hit by a car in the vast majority of cases. In many cases when a child is injured, they are lawfully crossing the street to or from a school bus stop when they are struck.
Alcohol consumption and excessive speeds cause many vehicle/pedestrian accidents in Michigan. Distractions from phones and other devises increasingly lead to accidents injuring pedestrians as well.
In an accident involving a car and a pedestrian, the pedestrian rarely fares well. A life can end in the blink of an eye, or someone who was healthy a moment before may face surgeries, therapy, months or years of recovery, a lifetime of pain--and a mountain of medical bills.
Muth Law knows that nothing erases the trauma a vehicle/pedestrian accident. We have seen and helped many accident victims, and we understand the long road of recovery. We dedicate ourselves to easing your burden of financial worries by recovering the benefits you're entitled to under Michigan law.
The attorneys of Muth Law know that you need to focus on recovering your health and family after a serious car accident. You may be unable to work, but medical bills start arriving in the mail. We partner with you, ensuring you receive the financial support your family needs and that you're entitled to. A lawsuit shouldn't be one more thing to worry about when your plate is already full.
Muth Law works with clients in Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and throughout Michigan. You will never pay us an attorney fee until we recover money for you. Please contact us to schedule a free, confidential consultation regarding your pedestrian injury matter by phone at 734-481-8800 or via e-mail. We look forward to serving your family.
Muth Law, P.C., provides legal guidance for clients across Michigan, including Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City, Port Huron, Monroe, Brighton, Lansing, East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Jackson, Traverse City, Canton, Warren, Livonia, Adrian, Dearborn. The office also sees clients throughout Metro Detroit and the following counties: Wayne County, Washtenaw County, Oakland, Macomb County, Ingham County, Kent County, Calhoun County, Livingston County, Genesee County, Jackson County Hillsdale County and Monroe County.