Auto accidents in Detroit happen every day. Just recently, police charged a 31-year-old Royal Oak driver after his vehicle collided into another car, seriously injuring the other driver. According to police, the injured driver had a green light when the accident took place at an intersection.
Now imagine you were involved in a similar accident caused by another driver and your insurance company sided against you in court. Such a scenario sounds ridiculous. But that’s exactly what happened when a driver killed a 24-year-old woman driving another car. The woman’s insurance company defended the other driver in court. And to make matters worse, the other driver had a suspended license and a witness saw the driver run a red light.
Insurance companies often don’t play fair. Instead of looking out for your best interests, they often seem more concerned with paying people as little as possible. Insurance companies want you to think they’re your friend. The truth is they’re a business and watching the bottom line often matters more to them.
At the Law Offices of Goodman Acker, we understand how frustrating it can be to deal with insurance companies after an auto accident in Michigan. You just want straight answers to your questions. Instead, you often get nothing but double talk. Or worse, some insurance companies try to intimidate people and scare them into thinking they don’t deserve a settlement.
Insurance companies don’t intimidate us. We understand Michigan’s complicated traffic laws. We know your rights and what you’re legally entitled to after a car crash. We’re prepared to do whatever it takes to get you the compensation you rightfully deserve, including filing an auto accident lawsuit in Detroit, MI.
In the case of the 24-year-old woman who died in an auto accident, her insurance company didn’t want to pay her family the full amount.
The woman’s family took action and took on the insurance company in court. The family did so because they insisted their daughter didn’t cause the accident and they deserved to be paid in full. The jury sided with the woman’s family and determined the other driver was responsible for the accident.
Put the power of an experienced Detroit auto accident lawyer to work for you. Contact the Law Offices of Goodman Acker – we’re on your side.