Dealing With The Aftermath Of A Motor Vehicle Accident
Roads are inherently dangerous places since every vehicle on the road has the potential to do lethal harm in an instant. Mechanical failures and errors by any driver can unexpectedly turn a routine trip into a life-changing injury.
That risk is especially high here in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula since our residents often travel long distances for everyday trips like commuting to work and buying groceries. Our roads are heavily wooded, which limits visibility and makes it harder to see the traffic coming around the bend.
And a long drive can be boring and monotonous, which leads many drivers to distract themselves with their phones, or to travel faster than is safe or legal. Drunk driving is also a risk factor, especially at night.
More Than 25 Years Of Trial Experience
At Numinen, DeForge & Toutant, P.C., we understand that traffic accidents can cause serious pain and suffering, hurt your finances and even prevent you from working. That’s why we are committed to helping you take legal action after an injury to hold the responsible party accountable. The financial compensation you stand to gain can help defray the cost of medical bills, car repairs and lost wages.
We have handled a wide range of complex, serious personal injury accident cases. We have more than 30 years of trial experience here in the Upper Peninsula, and we know what it takes to be successful, having obtained million-dollar verdicts in cases.
Experienced Legal Advocacy For A Range Of Traffic-Related Injuries
We represent the victims of a wide range of traffic-related injuries, including those stemming from:
- Car accidents
- Truck and commercial vehicle accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Snowmobile accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
Any one of these incidents can result in long-lasting injuries such as neck and back pain, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and more.
Learn More At An Initial Consultation
Our attorneys work with clients in Marquette County, Houghton County and throughout the Upper Peninsula. With our contingency fee pricing, our personal injury clients will not owe any legal fees until we recover compensation on their behalf.