Thank goodness the baby wasn’t hurt.
Tanya, our Michigan car accident client, was pregnant when she was hit by a careless driver. As a result of the auto accident, she suffered several broken bones and a serious closed head injury.
Fortunately, the Michigan car accident did not end Tanya’s pregnancy. A few months later, she delivered a healthy new daughter.
However, that Michigan automobile accident did deprive Tanya of many joys of motherhood. For several months after the auto accident, she was in a wheelchair. Now she gets around on a walker and still needs help taking care of herself, as well as baby.
Tanya was hoping to go back to school to train for a nursing career, but the Michigan auto accident put these plans on hold. The car accident left her with not only severe physical limitations due to the broken bones, but also with ongoing memory problems and headaches due to the closed head injury.
Thus, it could be a long time before she can pursue her goal of returning to work to help support her family.
Recognizing this hard reality, our Michigan auto accident attorneys are working hard to get most damages possible from the reckless driver who caused the Michigan car accident.
Tanya has been through so much — she deserves full compensation, to help provide financial security for herself and her little daughter.