Whiplash, Soft Tissue Injuries And Rear-end Collisions
Rear-end motor vehicle collisions are often caused by drunk and/or distracted drivers. In addition to vehicle damage, passengers in the car can suffer from whiplash, broken bones and other serious medical injuries. Even low-speed, rear-end collisions can result in injuries.
Soft tissue injuries may take weeks to appear and even longer for you to know the full ramifications. A delay in legal action may reduce or eliminate the possibility of receiving compensation for your injuries.
Call the Ann Arbor rear-end collisions attorneys at the Kline Legal Group, P.L.C. at 734-249-6100 or contact us online. Our focus is on helping the victims of any type of motor vehicle accident that occurs throughout the Michigan area.
Our Services Are Catered To The Needs Of Rear-end Collision Accident Victims
Once you contact us, we will promptly attend to all details that may be essential if your case goes to trial. Interviewing witnesses, scrutinizing reports and photographing the accident scene, the vehicles and your injuries are just the beginning steps of our thorough evidence gathering process.
We have a skilled medical consultant in-house, and we hire investigators and/or industry experts only when necessary. This approach ensures we can achieve the best possible outcome for your case, while eliminating excessive legal fees.
Our Ann Arbor Rear-End Collision Lawyers Represent Clients Throughout the State
In 2009, there were more than 290,000 traffic crashes throughout the state, according to the Michigan State Police — Criminal Justice Information Center.
The attorneys at the Kline Legal Group, P.L.C., understand the emotional and physical damage caused by motor vehicle accidents. Our compassionate lawyers have extensive experience representing crash victims and families of lost loved ones who have suffered due to tragic, life-changing accidents.
For more than 15 years, our car accident injury claim attorneys have helped thousands of clients and earned millions of dollars in compensation.