There was a story in the paper yesterday about a Kalkaska County car accident. The car accident involved three cars and took place on US-131 on Thursday, June 17th. According to police, a car rear-ended another car that was turning left into a business and held four people. Due to the impact of the crash, the car that was rear-ended caught on fire after being sent into incoming traffic and smashing into another car. Ten people were injured due to this three car accident.
I am very sorry to hear about this auto accident and hope all of the individuals injured recover from this car accident without any permanent damages or injuries.
Our Michigan car accident lawyers advise car accident victims of their legal rights. For this type of auto accident in Michigan, the injured individuals can submit a claim for Michigan No-Fault insurance benefits. No-Fault benefits will cover their medical expenses, lost wages, attendant care, replacement services, and other benefits related to injuries suffered in the accident. The injured parties can claim these benefits even if they did not have a Michigan automobile insurance policy.
In addition, the car accident injury victims may also have claims for personal injuries against the driver determined to be at fault. The insurance company for the negligent driver typically pays a settlement for this type of case. In this lawsuit, the injured victims can claim damages and compensation for the injuries suffered in the accident.