Top Rated Personal Injury Attorneys in Michigan
We Represent People. Not Insurance Companies.
The Clark Law Office are leading Michigan personal injury lawyers dedicated to representing people, not insurance companies. We are proud of our hard-earned reputation as successful trial attorneys serving Lansing and all of Michigan for the past 30 years. High quality work, dedication, and extensive courtroom experience allow the attorneys of The Clark Office to provide you with unique trial capabilities and comprehensive knowledge of Michigan’s injury and negligence laws. As a client of The Clark Law Office, your representation will be with a trial attorney who will provide you with the personal service you deserve and you will not be passed off. Our trial experience, aggressive mindset, and our unique ability to try and win large personal injury cases at trial have resulted in top dollar verdicts and settlements for our clients – and we will do the same for you.
“We will provide you the peace of mind in the handling of your case that can only come with hands on experience for over 30 years in the courtroom.”
We understand the hardships and difficulties that come along with recovering compensation from large insurance companies after an injury. The road to recovery is a tough one and you have no other choice than to deal with and take on these large insurance companies head-on if you want to recover compensation.
How Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Help Me?
Not all sustained injuries will result in a financial compensation. Obviously, you must be able to show that you are injured, but you must also be able to establish that another person or party was legally responsible. In order to for another party to be legally responsible, there must be sufficient evidence showing that they were at fault.
Just about every injury lawsuit utilizes negligence to prove another party is responsible in causing your injury. Negligence can be thought of as the failure to take reasonable care to protect others. In this particular type of lawsuit, a lawyer must be able to prove that the other person owed their client a duty to act with reasonable care. Some common examples include a driver of a vehicle owing a duty of care to other driver(s)s on the road and doctors owing a duty of care to their patient(s). In addition to this, an attorney must also be able to prove that the negligent party failed to meet a standard of care and the injury directly resulted from this failure. The final piece is proving that their client has actually suffered damages. These damages can be either economic (ex. Medical expenses) or non-economic losses (ex. Pain and suffering) that occurred because of the defendant’s negligence.