The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one is nothing short of tragic. The heartache can be much deeper, though, when the death in question could have been prevented. Sadly, this is an all too real situation faced by many Michigan families. Surviving family members often struggle to find a way to cope with knowing that the negligence of another caused the death of their loved one. They may feel anger, sadness and stress over their future. Fortunately, help is available to these families.
Pittsfield Township Police Officers failed to conduct sobriety test & placed "super drunk" driver back on road that resulted in an accident that killed a Ann Arbor resident. The firm of Goethel Engelhardt PLLC, is representing the family of the Ann Arbor woman killed in the crash. To read more about this case click here.
There are a whole host of injuries that an individual can suffer when involved in a car accident. Many Michigan residents are fortunate enough to escape these wrecks with minor injuries that heal in a matter of days and which have minimal, if any, effect on their daily lives. Other individuals, though, are not so fortunate. In fact, some of these accident victims are left with harm that is so severe that it completely disrupts their lives with little hope of recovering the life they once enjoyed.
Injuries suffered in a car accident or as the result of medical malpractice can fall anywhere on the spectrum of severity. Some victims are fortunate enough to walk away from their accident with little more than a few bumps and bruises and a story to tell. Other victims though, suffer serious injuries that leave them with extensive pain and emotional turmoil. Far too often, these individuals are left with a disability. Not only does this take away one's ability to live his or her normal life, but it can also be excruciatingly expensive.