Auto Accidents Caused By Animals
When drivers encounter animals on the roadway, it can lead to
collisions with other vehicles, a loss of control by the driver who is attempting to avoid an accident and/or impact with the animal.
In 2009, unfortunate drivers throughout Michigan collided with deer more than 61,000 times, according to the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (MOHSP). Their records showed that Kent County had the highest number of incidents, totaling almost 2000 deer strikes.
If you have been injured in any type of motor vehicle accident involving an animal, contact the Kline Legal Group, P.L.C. There are many Ann Arbor auto accidents caused by animals. Attorney John K. Kline has more than 20 years of experience and represent clients in Ann Arbor, as well as all other cities throughout Michigan.
They have extensive experience with
insurance companies and Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance claims. For more than 15 years, our attorneys have helped thousands of clients and earned millions of dollars in compensation.
If you have been injured in a crash, the attorneys at Kline Legal Group, P.L.C. can help maximize your compensation. Call now at 734-249-6100 or contact us online for an initial consultation. There is no charge for our services unless we settle your case.
Kline Legal Group, P.L.C. Helps Michigan Motorcyclists Injured In Accidents With Deer
Motorcyclists who strike deer are at the highest risk of dying. In 2009, 10 people died as a result of deer strikes; eight were motorcyclists and the other two were motorcycle passengers (MOHSP, 2009).
When tragic accidents occur as a result of animal strikes, medical treatment is usually extensive and expensive.
As your legal partner, Kline Legal Group, P.L.C., can take over, and effectively and efficiently manage your legal matters.
We focus on your financial future so you can attend to your life.
Call the Kline Legal Group, P.L.C. at 734-249-6100 or contact us online for a consultation with one of our attorneys. We will promptly return your call, listen to your concerns and explain your legal rights and options.