Motorcycle Accident Injury Lawyers
Michigan motorcycle accidents fall under a special type of legal claim, and these injury cases demand specific detail and expertise. The Lee Steinberg Law Firm has been handling motorcycle accident cases throughout Michigan for over 40 years. We stay up-to-date on all the latest news that may affect Michigan motorcyclists, and have written extensively on the subject ourselves. Read about motorcycle dangers, safety protocols, tips, and tricks on our blog.
Motorcycle crashes can be life-altering, if not lethal. If you or a loved one has suffered a Michigan motorcycle accident, you want an expert who knows what benefits you are entitled to, how to handle insurance companies, and what your case is worth.
Click on one of our Frequently Asked Questions about motorcycle crashes and please call us at 1-800-LEE-FREE (1-800-533-3733) if you would like a free consultation for your Michigan motorcycle accident injury case.
- Are Motorcycle Accident Victims Entitled to Michigan No-Fault Benefits?
- If I Am Injured In A Motorcycle Accident, But I Don’t Have Insurance, Can I Still Get Compensated?
- Which Car Insurance Company Pays My Motorcycle Accident No-Fault Claim?
- What is the Motorcycle Helmet Law?
- How Much Is My Case Worth?
- If I’m Unable to Work Because of My Injuries, How Can I Afford to Hire A Lawyer?
A question we often get here is, “I didn’t have motorcycle insurance. Can I still make a claim for compensation?”
And the answer is absolutely yes. Under the law here in Michigan, just because your bike wasn’t insured doesn’t mean that you can’t make a claim for pain and suffering compensation. You absolutely can. This is different than if you have a car that’s uninsured. In that situation, you can’t make a claim for compensation if you were occupying or driving around your own uninsured car. That’s not the case for motorcycles. You can still make a claim against the at-fault driver for compensation even if you don’t have motorcycle insurance. You still have to prove the other guy is at least 50% at fault. You still have to prove that your injuries are related to the motorcycle accident. And you still have to prove what your injuries are. But yes, you can make a claim, and we’ve been helping motorcycle injury victims over here for over 40 years. Take care.