Attorney In Kalamazoo, Michigan: Representing Clients Across Kalamazoo County
A serious injury, new disability, divorce or arrest can change your life. When you need legal help, turn to the team at Bahrie Law, PLLC. Since 1979, we have been fighting for the rights of individuals and families throughout the state of Michigan. From our office in Lansing, we proudly serve clients in Kalamazoo and the surrounding areas, offering personalized legal services and aggressive advocacy every step of the way.
Continue reading to learn more about how we can help you with your legal needs or contact us directly at 888-473-1289 to speak to one of our Kalamazoo attorneys for free.
Cases We Handle
At Bahrie Law, PLLC, we represent clients in a range of legal matters, including cases involving:
- Personal injury
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Slips and falls
- Medical malpractice
- Workers’ compensation
- Social Security disability
- Wrongful death
- Alimony/spousal support
- Child support
- Child custody
- Property division
- Domestic abuse
- Personal protection orders
- Criminal law
- Disorderly conduct
- Indecent exposure
- Open intoxication
- Minor in possession
- Drug possession
- Probate/estate planning
Regardless of the legal challenge you are facing, our attorneys are here to provide you with guidance and support tailored to your unique situation. No two cases are exactly the same, which is why no two legal strategies should be identical. At Bahrie Law, PLLC, we take the time to really get to know you, your needs, and your goals. When you choose our firm, you are not just another case number – you become a member of our family. We genuinely care about you and your future, which is why we are prepared to do everything we can to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Protecting Your Rights
If you were involved in a car accident, hurt on the job, or injured because of someone else’s negligent or wrongful conduct, it’s important that you understand your rights. There are several steps you should take to not only protect your rights but also to safeguard your health and well-being.
After an accident or injury, try to do the following:
- Seek medical attention; if necessary, call 911.
- Exchange information with the other people involved in the accident.
- Notify the proper authorities (police, property owner, employer, etc.).
- Continue seeing a doctor and following their treatment plan/recommendations.
- Avoid returning to work or return to light-duty work only if authorized by your doctor.
- Inform your insurance company of the accident (if appropriate).
- Avoid speaking to any adjusters from the other party’s insurance company.
- Contact a lawyer for help with your claim.
At Bahrie Law, PLLC, our Kalamazoo personal injury lawyers are here to guide you through the entire recovery process. Whether you need help filing a first-party claim through your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage after a car crash, bringing a third-party claim against a negligent property owner, or suing a medical establishment for substandard care, we have what it takes to help you fight for maximum compensation.
We also help injured employees and disabled individuals file workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability claims and denied claims appeals. We understand the importance of working quickly and efficiently to help you obtain your rightful benefits as soon as possible. While we (nor any attorney) cannot guarantee a specific outcome for your case, we can assure you that we will use our resources, experience, and skill to pursue a favorable result. If we don’t recover compensation for you, you do not owe us anything!
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late
Like every other state, Michigan has various statutes of limitations on different types of claims and cases. Generally speaking, you only have three years from the date of the accident/injury (or the date you discovered/reasonably could have discovered the injury) to file a personal injury lawsuit in Michigan. When it comes to workers’ compensation claims, you should notify your employer of your injury immediately but no more than 90 days after being injured or diagnosed.
These are not the only time limits you need to be aware of. We strongly recommend that you contact our Kalamazoo attorneys right away to avoid missing important deadlines that could affect the outcome of your case.
Request A Free Consultation Today
You have nothing to lose in calling our team and discussing your potential case with one of our attorneys. We offer complimentary case evaluations and can answer your questions and address your concerns during the initial meeting. We are happy to meet with you in person at one of our many office locations, or we can discuss your situation by phone or video conferencing.
When you need help with a serious legal matter, trust the team at Bahrie Law, PLLC. We proudly offer the resources and reputation of a large firm, coupled with the personal attention, care, and support only a boutique law office can provide. Get in touch with us today to learn how our attorneys in Kalamazoo can fight for you and your rights.