Our Personal Injury Lawyers Fight for Your Rights

Unfortunately, personal injuries happen. A lot.

In Michigan alone, thousands of residents suffer injuries due to someone else's negligence, whether intentional or not. Of course, personal injury lawyers have a passion for helping victims of these types of accidents.


How much is my personal injury case worth?

Our help goes beyond just the physical injuries associated with these events. While personal injury lawsuits help victims (or plaintiffs) who suffer physical injuries, we understand that the damage doesn’t stop there. We believe the compensation shouldn’t stop there, either. Our personal injury lawyers have witnessed first hand how people’s lives are disrupted: missed work, extra medical bills, post-traumatic shock, and more can plague those affected by wrongful injuries. Emotional, mental, and financial issues are often involved and can be an additional burden.


How long does a personal injury case take?


At Whiting Law we focus exclusively on Personal Injury and Social Security Disability cases. Our extensive experience in these areas of the law means we know exactly how to help our clients win their cases.

Let’s take a situation where someone is hit by a driver who is using a cell phone. Not only may the accident victim sustain pain from physical injuries, but they may also experience financial difficulties related to hospital bills and other expenses. It’s also common that emotional issues arise as a result of an accident, which may require time off from normal activities, along with professional help, for the victim to recover or to regain at least some lost function.


Tragically, some victims die in accidents, and their families are left struggling with grief, which makes it difficult to manage practical matters, such as multiple expenses associated with the accident. We can help determine whether the family can claim damages by filing a wrongful death claim. For family members connected with a wrongful death in Michigan, we may be able to help them obtain compensation for other real losses as well—including lost income, loss of help (such as transportation), loss of companionship, and medical and funeral expenses. In times of tragedy, it’s helpful to have compassionate professionals standing with you who can help and truly care, like our personal injury lawyers at Whiting Law.

Common Personal Injury Cases

When is an injury considered to be caused by another person’s negligence? Does your injury qualify? To help you determine whether this is the case with your situation, we’ve put together a list of common accident causes that may indicate that a claim would be appropriate. Please contact us if you feel you have a valid claim we can help you with. We want the best for our clients, and we fight to make sure your rights are upheld.

Accidents involving personal injury can be caused by:

  • Cars, trucks, motorcycles, or buses

  • Slips and falls

  • Dog bites

  • Pedestrian-related incidents

  • Abuse or neglect in nursing homes

  • Issues related to medical malpractice, such as injuries during birth

  • Problems at construction sites

  • Defective products that cause injury due to poor/faulty design, misrepresented or inaccurate advertising, errors on labels, etc.

  • Premises that are unsafe (missing lighting or warning signs, inadequate security, and so on)

Protecting Your Rights

Let's face it: it's simply not fair that you accumulate debt and deplete your savings because someone acted recklessly or failed to act with reasonable care, resulting in you (or someone you care about) being injured. If this has happened to you, we want to protect your rights.

How do you know whether you have a case? There's no simple answer, because every situation is unique, and we need to carefully examine the facts to determine possible outcomes. Our personal injury lawyers can help you find answers. Just call us at (844) 944-8464 for a free consultation. There is no obligation or charge for this service. We simply want to help you find out whether you should pursue legal action. We’ll listen, go over the facts, and give you our honest opinion. So don’t wait—contact us today for your free consultation.