Many families need to file personal injury lawsuits due to auto accident or medical malpractice, but we also help families seek recovery for other serious injuries caused by negligence. In our over 35 years of practice, the attorneys at Muth Law have successfully represented clients across the spectrum of personal injury cases, including:
When a problem on someone else's property or on government-owned property injures you, you may have a premises liability case. Premises liability cases are often called "slip and fall" cases or "trip and fall" cases. Many of these cases arise from defective stairs, railings, floors, sidewalks, or faulty construction. Changes in Michigan law over the last several years have made premises liability cases more difficult to win than in the past, but not impossible. The attorneys of Muth Law have in-depth knowledge of Michigan premises liability law and will give you a straightforward evaluation of your case.
Being attacked by an animal can be terrifying and can cause serious injury and disfigurement. If you've been seriously injured by someone's dog or other pet, there's a very good chance that the animal's owner is liable for your injuries. Contrary to popular belief, it is not necessary for the dog to have been vicious in the past for its owner to be responsible for the harm it has caused. Contact us to set up a consultation so that we can learn the particulars of your situation and give you information that applies to your case.
All Michigan employees have the right to a safe workplace. Yet thousands of Michiganders are injured each year due to an employer's professional negligence, defective equipment, unsafe premises, and more. Suddenly, an injury at work has made you unable to work, to support your family, to pay your bills and to enjoy your life. Muth Law can help you with worker's compensation, construction accident injuries, farming injuries, and more.
Whatever the nature of your serious injury, the Ann Arbor personal injury attorneys of Muth Law offer you a free, confidential consultation and our undivided attention as we help you determine the best course of action for you and your family. As always, you will pay no attorney fee unless we are able to recover money for you. To learn more, contact our Ann Arbor office at 734-481-8800 or via e-mail. We look forward to serving your family.