Lansing Car Accident Lawyers
The Lansing auto accident attorneys at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm have been representing injured individuals and their families for more than 60 years, making sure they get the compensation and insurance benefits that they deserve.
Our attorneys are recognized as leading authorities on Michigan no-fault law, a complex set of rules that apply to nearly all accidents involving motor vehicles. The no-fault system basically guarantees the payment of certain insurance benefits to car crash victims, no matter who is at fault for the accident.
However, for one reason or another, insurance companies can be unwilling to pay benefits to an accident victim or a surviving family member. That is when our experienced Lansing car accident attorneys will step in and fight for your rights, to get you the benefits to which you’re entitled.
Our Proven Results
Over the years, Sinas Dramis has helped thousands of auto accident survivors and their families get the insurance benefits and compensation they rightly deserve.
Here are just a few of the car accident verdicts or settlements that our attorneys have obtained for victims and their families.
- $3 million for a female high school athlete who was injured while a passenger in a vehicle.
- $2.75 million for a no-fault claim involving unpaid attendant care benefits.
- $600,000 for a college student seriously injured in an auto accident.
- $585,000 for a college-aged female injured in a Lansing car crash.
- $470,000 for a 58-year-old man injured in a Lansing auto accident.
Our Lansing Car Accident Lawyers Are Here To Help You
The Sinas Dramis Law Firm is dedicated to representing persons who have suffered a car accident injury in Michigan and their families, as well as educating the public about Michigan’s auto no-fault system and promoting motor vehicle safety.
Part of our commitment to educating the public about traffic safety is our Understanding Dangerous Road campaign, which identifies dangerous roads in Michigan, explains the risks associated with each roadway and offers advice for traveling safely through the designated area. For example, there are many Lansing accidents on I-496 and US-127 due to heavy traffic, numerous exit and entrance ramps, various lane mergers and shifting traffic patterns. As a result, the I-496 and US-127 corridor has been designated as a Michigan dangerous roadway.
We are also dedicated to helping people better understand the laws that apply to them, including Michigan’s auto no-fault law. In the video below, attorney Stephen Sinas generally explains how the no-fault system works and what makes it one of the best in the United States.
However, while Michigan’s no-fault system is among the tops in the nation, it is also quite complicated. Navigating the process on your own and battling an insurance company for the payment of benefits can be stressful — which is the last thing you need after being seriously injured in a car crash.
Unlike some insurance companies, the lawyers at Sinas Dramis understand that auto accident survivors frequently face mounting medical bills, long-term rehabilitation and economic loss due to their inability to work. We realize that a survivor’s family members also feel a financial impact, as well as a loss of companionship.
In the event you’re injured in an auto accident, it is crucial that you act quickly to protect your legal rights. Why? Because Michigan no-fault law imposes time limits for bringing claims, and because the at-fault party’s insurance carrier will likely conduct a swift investigation to help prepare a defense.
If you or a family member are seriously injured in a car crash, the Sinas Dramis legal team is here for you, to help ease your mind and get you on the road to recovery. Here’s how we will do that.
- Our Lansing car accident lawyers will fight for your entitlement to no-fault personal injury protection (PIP) benefits, including medical and rehabilitation expenses, work loss benefits, expenses for replacement services and survivors’ loss benefits.
- Our attorneys will pursue a tort liability claim, if necessary, against the at-fault driver to recover any damages not paid by insurance, including noneconomic loss and excess economic loss.