Car insurance policies in Michigan operate on a no-fault coverage. Because of this, most collisions are covered by an individual's insurance policy; however, you may still be liable for a lawsuit, depending on the situation.
Michigan law takes into account the amount of negligence each party contributes to an auto accident. For any incident where one party contributes a majority of the negligence responsible for a collision (51% or more), they may be held liable for damages associated with the incident. If both drivers are equally responsible, no one is considered liable.
If you are facing personal injury lawsuit for a car accident, you need a qualified defense. Oakland County criminal defense lawyer Daniel D. Hajji has dealt with a wide variety of
car accident cases, including those related to DUI/OVI charges.
Contact Attorney Hajji for the legal guidance you need to seek a favorable outcome to your case.