Accidents & Injuries


Table of Contents

  1. Automobile Accidents
  2. Slip and Fall - Premise Liability
  3. Malpractice
  4. Products Liability

Automobile Accidents.

Robert D. Mouradian, the founder of AAAA Legal Center, has handled major accident and injury cases since 1997. In the last couple of years there have been important new changes in Michigan law due to tort reform. It is now more important than ever to consult an experienced attorney if you have been injured.

Under Michigan No-fault Law you may be entitled to important benefits from your own insurance company regardless of fault if you are involved in an accident involving a motor vehicle. These benefits include, but are not limited to:

a. Wage loss benefits for up to three (3) yeas;

b. Unlimited medical expenses;

c. Replacement expenses paid to persons who perform household chores on your behalf;

d. Survivors benefits;

e. Transportation expenses to and from medical providers;

There are certain time limits that must be followed in order to preserve your rights to these benefits. You cannot expect your insurance company to keep you informed of these deadlines. To preserve your rights, it is necessary that you contact an experienced attorney.

In certain instances you may be able to bring a law suit against a third party. Commonly, such actions are brought against owners and drivers of motor vehicles, governmental entities for defective highways and automobile manufacturers for defective vehicles.

If you have been involved in an motor vehicle accident, it is important that you contact an experienced attorney immediately. In addition to handling major injury cases, Robert D. Mouradian, has also concentrated in the area of Closed Head Injuries.

In fact, as part of this Web Site there is a special page devoted to Closed Head Injuries If you are experiencing unexplained problems such as headaches, dizziness, etc., after an accident of any kind I would strongly suggest that you visit our Closed Head Injury page.

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Michigan contact AAAA Legal Center by Phone or E-Mail

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Slip and Fall - Premise Liability

Under Michigan Law you may be able to bring a law suit if you have sustained an injury as a result of a slip and fall. This area of law has been under constant change and evolution. In order to protect your rights it is important to retain the services of an experienced attorney who keeps up with these constant changes in Michigan law.

If you have been the victim of a slip and fall accident or have been otherwise injured while on someone’s premises due to a defective condition, you should immediately consult with an attorney to determine your rights.

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Malpractice

In Michigan there is a two (2) year statute of limitations for malpractice actions. There are also pre suit notice requirements imposed in certain malpractice cases such as medical malpractice cases. These changes in Michigan Law which have been brought about by recent tort reform legislation effectively limit the amount of time one has to prepare a malpractice case prior to filing suit.

In order for your attorney to have adequate time to prepare a case and to meet the tort reform requirements which must be fulfilled prior to the filing of a lawsuit you should contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible if you suspect that you have a malpractice lawsuit.

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Products Liability

If you believe that you have suffered an injury in the state of Michigan as a result of a defective product then you should contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Robert D. Mouradian, the founder of AAAA Legal Center has practiced in the field of personal injury law for over 20 years. During that time he has successfully handled cases concerning products liability.

It is important if you think you have such a case that you immediately contact an attorney so that evidence and your rights can be preserved.

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Michigan contact AAAA Legal Center by Phone or E-Mail

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Last modified: February 11, 2010