Over $65 Million Awarded to Personal Injury Victims
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, your first and only job is to begin the healing and recovery process – for legal reasons, choose Dingeman & Dancer, PLC.
Our personal injury attorneys are highly skilled in representing clients who have been injured in car, truck and pedestrian accidents of all natures. We protect our clients’ rights, even when proving a physical, emotional or cognitive injury is difficult.
To date, our firm has secured over $65 million for personal injury victims like you.
Car, Truck &
Car, truck and pedestrian accidents are all too common. According to the Michigan State Police, there were 3,734 traffic accidents in Grand Traverse County in 2017—eight of which resulted in fatalities.
While accidents range from fender benders to those that tragically result in multiple fatalities, all should be fully investigated to ensure that you are protected in the event of a civil suit brought by another party, damage to your vehicle or injury.
Representation and Recovery
Accidents happen—it’s our job to help our clients and their families recover their assets, protect them from financial hardship, and to reach a settlement or litigate on their behalf. Our team will take care of you and your loved ones by:
- Managing the insurance claims process
- Reviewing the evidence, including photographs, videos, witness statements, police reports and more
- Navigating state and local laws and ordinances as they pertain to your case
- Negotiating a settlement
- Filing and litigating a civil suit
Car Accident Representation Offered on a Contingency Basis
Accidents can be financially burdensome. A personal injury client does not always have the means to pay for civil litigation. At Dingeman & Dancer, PLC, we remove the financial barrier by offering our services on a contingency basis. Our fees are based on a percentage of our client’s recovery.
What Claims Qualify as Pain and Suffering?
Victims may experience physical and emotional pain following a serious car accident. These experiences may qualify as “pain and suffering” and may contribute toward your total settlement.
Physical pain is easier to qualify as a determinant for a “pain and suffering” settlement. If you have sustained back pain, neck pain, internal organ damage or other long-term or chronic injuries, you may qualify for compensation.
Emotional pain and suffering is the more difficult claim. Emotional pain and suffering may include fear, insomnia and constant worry. In some cases, victims may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. The most severe emotional pain and suffering will have a negative impact on your quality of life.