The Michigan personal injury attorneys at Zoglio Law Offices understand that when you get injured whether at work, in an auto accident, in an assault or bit by a dog, you may need a lawyer that can fight and win for you. Our dedication to personal injury law gives you the piece of mind that we will take care of your needs. We strive to provide a high level of legal service and do what ever it takes to be on of the best personal injury attorneys in Michigan. In fact, the state bar of Michigan lawyer referral program provides our offices the opportunity to represent individuals through out Mid Michigan. Making sure that you have the right personal injury lawyer in Michigan is key to making sure your case is heard.
Thousands of auto accidents occur in the Michigan every year. Thankfully not every auto accident results in personal injury, but some do. Keep in mind that in Michigan just about every accident someone will be at fault, even defensive drivers can't avoid the negligence of other drivers. If you are in an auto accident anywhere in Michigan remember you shouldn't negotiate with an insurance company before you know your legal rights. Michigan is a no-fault insurance state and in the event you're in an auto accident with injuries, you are entitled to both first-party and third-party benefits.
The Michigan auto accident lawyers at Zoglio Law can help ensure you get everything you are entitled to. We have successfully gotten results and compensation for clients injured in auto accidents in Michigan for 20 years.
Has your child or disabled adult been molested or sexually abused? Did the organization have any notice of past sexual allegations, or that a sexual predator worked for them? You and your child can be compensated for emotional damages, pain, suffering, and more.
Many organizations assume a duty to protect children. They have rules and procedures to protect children from pedophiles and sexual predators, and then they don't follow them. These organizations may also have notice of inappropriate behaviors by its agents or employees and failed to take action. These Michigan companies can be held legally responsible under vicarious and/or direct liability. At Zoglio Law Offices our team of child welfare lawyers understand the emotions and feelings that happen when this type of situation happens. We will help you every step of the way in making sure that you receive every thing you and your child are entitled to. Because of our strong willingness to be involved with personal injury law in Michigan, we know what needs to be done in order to give you the best representation.
If you have a child or disabled adult who was molested by an individual and others knew about if and failed to act you may also have a claim. There could also be a special relationship between a member of an organization and your child: if they were responsible to care for, educate, mentor, befriend, counsel, or train your child. If your child has been sexually abused and you believe an organization or individual is responsible, the Zoglio Law Offices can help!
Dog bites and attacks are frequent in Michigan. Many times these attacks result in serious injuries, infection, and emotional damage. There is strict liability in Michigan for dog bite cases. If you or a loved one has been bitten or attacked by a dog, the homeowners can be found liable for your damages. We have been successful in getting compensation for dog bite victims, making us one of the top lawyers in Michigan for personal injuries due to dog bites.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) is responsible for providing income and benefits to people with serious disabilities and to their families. But people are often denied disability benefits by the SSA. You have a legal right to appeal a denial of disability. If you are attempting to receive social security disability income, please contact us.
One of the most common reasons for driver's license revocation is a DUI offense, or an offense that involves alcohol or drugs. A conviction for a first offense DUI violation subjects the driver to a suspension of up to six months. Any driver who refuses to take a Breathalyzer test is subject to having his or her license privileges revoked. A person who is physically or mentally unable to operate a vehicle may have his or her privileges taken. A person with an amputation or severe mental retardation may be included in this class of drivers.
Drivers may also have their licenses revoked for failure to pay fines or obligations such as child support. The child support courts may see a license revocation as the only way to motivate the non-custodial parent to pay dues. Additionally, drivers who use poor judgment can have their licenses revoked for accumulating traffic violation points. Any person who accumulates more than 12 points on his or her license within 12 months is subject to immediate revocation of privileges. Points disappear from a driver's record two years after their assignment. A driver who has lost his or her license must go through a certain process to have the license restored.
The procedure for restoring one's license depends on the reason that it was revoked in the first place. For example, a person who had his or her license revoked for child support could remedy the situation by first paying the back support. That person will be able to reinstate his or her license quickly. On the other hand, a person who has his or her license revoked for a DUI will have to wait until the revocation period clears. That person may also have to satisfy certain obligations as set forth by the authorities.
A person who has lost his so her license because of physical or mental incapacity will have to pass a driver reexamination test to obtain his or her privileges back. A person who has his or her license revoked because of an alcohol problem will have to apply for reexamination, as well. The person will have to furnish proof that the medical condition, alcoholism or mental impairment no longer exists. Proof of such may be in the form of a certificate for taking driver's classes, a psychiatrist or doctor's statement, or a substance abuse evaluation form.
Once a Michigan citizen receives approval to have his or her license restored, that person will have to pay a fee to the department of Motor vehicles. The standard reinstatement fee for a driver license restoration in Michigan is $125. The cost covers fees for administrative duties and so forth.