Know Your Rights in Michigan Commercial Truck Accidents

This video is part of a series of videos developed by commercial truck accident attorney David Christensen to help victims involved in truck accidents understand their rights.

There is an entirely different set of laws that govern commercial trucks, tractor trailers and delivery vans. If you’ve been injured in an auto accident that involved a commercial vehicle then you need a lawyer who specializes in these types of cases. David Christensen has more than 20 years of experience dealing with trucking companies and trying personal injury lawsuits.

In July of 2014, Christensen Law won the largest personal injury verdict In Michigan for an accident involving a cement truck. For more information regarding this and other personal injury cases, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/case-results/david-christensen-wins-largest-personal-injury-verdict/. If you’re interested in speaking with an attorney about your case, call our office today to schedule a free, no obligation consultation at 248-365-7600.

Pain and Suffering After Your Michigan Auto Accident

This video is part of a series of videos by auto accident attorney David Christensen on Michigan auto accident claim requirements.

How do you know if you have a claim in Michigan related to an auto accident for pain and suffering damages under Michigan Law? In this video, David Christen explains that every driver must have insurance. If you do not, you cannot sue the at-fault driver for your injuries. If you do have insurance, then you can sue for damages related to pain and suffering and loss of quality of life.

Mr. Christensen has helped many auto accident victims receive compensation for their pain and suffering. If you think you need a lawyer, but aren’t sure visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/when-to-call-an-auto-accident-lawyer/ for more information.

Michigan Attorney Explains Testing for TBI Diagnosis

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) usually results from a violent blow or jolt to the head. Auto accidents, bullets, shattered pieces of skull can also cause a traumatic brain injury. David Christensen is a traumatic brain injury attorney, who also has many years of experience dealing with auto accident injury cases. He has represented thousands of people with mild to severe TBI.

The brain is a very complex organ, and it can be difficult to diagnose and treat TBI. Doctors often perform two types of tests to determine the extent of the injury. Neurophysiological assessment is a standardized testing method that measures language, movement, memory, IQ, and sense of taste or smell. Special MRI’s (magnetic resonance imaging) known as diffusion tensor imaging are also being used to measure the amount of fluid in the brain and detect areas where flow is disrupted.

Avoid Electrocution While Trimming Trees in Michigan

This video is part of a series of videos developed by personal injury attorney David Christensen to make consumers aware of the dangers of electrocution when trimming trees.

If your tree is in contact with a high voltage line, do not try to trim the tree. Trees conduct electricity and can shock or even kill you. It’s actually the duty of the utility company to keep trees from coming into contact with high voltage electrical lines. If you see a tree near a utility line that you think may be unsafe, call the electric company. They will send someone out to take care of the situation in a safe manner.

If you or a family member has been the victim of an electrocution accident, allow us to handle your claim. For more information about electrocution cases, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/electrocution-cases/.

Selecting a Safe Preschool in Michigan

This video is part of a series of videos developed by personal injury attorney David Christensen to make parents aware of the state resources available to them when selecting a private preschool or daycare for their child.

The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is dedicated to overseeing the licensing of daycares and preschools throughout the state of Michigan. Parents can visit the website to verify daycare and preschool licenses are current, follow up on special reports, or even file a compliant. Once you have selected a school, be sure to meet your child’s teachers and ask questions about your child’s schedule. Being an active involved parent will allow both you and your child to have an enjoyable and safe early childhood development experience.

David Christensen has been protecting the rights of children for more than 20 years. For more information regarding the rights of your preschool or school aged child, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/public-school-child-abuse-cases/.

Keeping Your Child Safe at Preschool in Michigan

This video is part of a series of videos developed by personal injury attorney David Christensen to inform parents about the laws governing private Michigan preschools and help parent understand their rights.

As a parent, keeping your child safe is your top priority. If your child is enrolled in a private preschool program then it’s important for you to be involved. You should always feel free to ask the director, teachers, or staff members, questions about their methods of care and types of activities that take place while your child is in their care. If your child is hurt or injured, the preschool is legally required to provide details to you about the incident. If at any time you feel your child has been abused or injured, you should speak with the administration. And, if for you reason you feel that the school is withholding information, it’s important to know that they may have some liability.

David Christensen has been protecting the rights of children for more than 20 years. For more information about our firm, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/southfield-law-firm/.

Reinstating Michigan Auto No-Fault Benefits

This video is part of a series of videos developed by auto accident attorney David Christensen to help auto and truck accident victims understand Michigan Auto No-Fault benefits.

Michigan has a unique no-fault injury law that requires your insurance company to pay for certain losses – including medical care for the remainder of your life. It also requires your insurance company to pay lost wages for up to three years. Unfortunately, during treatment, some insurance companies will stop paying for medical benefits. If this happens, you have a right to file a lawsuit and have your benefits reinstated.

David Christensen specializes in Auto No-Fault benefits and has helped many clients have their benefits reinstated. For more information regarding Michigan Auto No-Fault benefits, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/no-fault-benefits/.

What to Expect During Your Michigan Personal Injury Lawsuit

This vides is part of a series of videos developed by auto accident attorney David Christensen to help clients understand what they can expect during a personal injury lawsuit.

While the law firm will handle the majority of the case, clients can expect to take part in a few key areas. First, they’ll need to provide detailed information regarding their background, injuries sustained, and discuss how the accident has impacted their life. Next, clients may be asked to take part in a deposition. During a deposition the other party’s attorney will have an opportunity to interview you under oath. Finally, the other party may request an independent medical evaluation of your injuries. Most injury accident cases are settled fairly before they go to trial. However, if your case does go to trail, we can assure you that our firm will be with you every step of the way.

Preparing for a Deposition in a Michigan Lawsuit

This video is part of a series of videos by auto accident attorney David Christensen to help clients understand and prepare for a deposition.

If you’re involved in a lawsuit regarding an auto accident then most likely there will be a deposition. A deposition is a sworn testimony that takes place, usually in a lawyer’s office, during the discovery process. In this video, David Christensen discusses the five areas that you can expect to be asked about during the deposition. These areas include your background, details regarding the accident, medical care you may be receiving, how the accident has impacted your life, and any pre-existing issues that may have influenced the injury you received.

Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

This video is part of a series of videos from brain injury attorney David Christensen, and was developed to help determine whether someone may have sustained a traumatic brain injury as the result of an accident.

Brain injuries can range in severity from mild to moderate to severe. Mild brain injuries are often overlooked by doctors as other injuries types of injuries sustained in an accident may be receiving more attention. Mr. Christensen explains various signs that family members should look for including short term memory loss, confusion, or the inability to focus or concentrate. These symptoms may indicate that your loved one is suffering from a mild traumatic brain injury.

Brain injury cases are very complex and can be difficult for win. If you’re considering legal action based on injuries received due to an accident, it’s important to choose an attorney that specializes in these types of cases. David Christensen not only specializes in brain injury cases, but he has a proven track record of winning many TBI cases for clients. For more information, visit https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com/brain-injury/.