Lawyer in Romulus, MI
Representing Injured & Disabled Individuals in Wayne County
At Bahrie Law, we focus our practice on helping victims of negligence, workplace accidents, and life-altering disabilities fight for the fair financial recoveries they are owed. If you were injured in a car crash, hurt on the job, or suffered a debilitating medical condition that prevents you from working, our Romulus personal injury lawyers can help.
We have extensive experiencing representing clients throughout Wayne County in complex personal injury litigation, as well as workers’ compensation and Social Security disability claims matters. We also routinely handle family law and divorce matters, criminal defense cases, expungements, and probate and estate planning. No matter how complicated or challenging your situation may be, you can rely on our legal team to fight for you.
Reach out to our Livonia office today to learn how we can help you during a free, no-obligation consultation; call (800) 785-9924 to get started.
Compensation in Personal Injury Cases
A serious accident or traumatic event can leave you suffering severe physical pain, immense emotional trauma, and significant financial hardships. The purpose of a personal injury claim is to allow you to seek financial compensation from the at-fault party to help with the monetary and intangible costs associated with your damages.
Although every case is different, and the exact compensation you may be able to recover will depend on the specifics of your situation, many people are able to recover the following damages:
- Current and future medical expenses
- Lost income and/or wages
- Future lost earnings and lost earning ability
- Pain and suffering
- Property damage
In cases involving wrongful death, eligible surviving family members and dependents may be able to recover compensation for:
- Reasonable and necessary medical expenses
- Funeral and/or burial costs
- Lost income, wages, and other benefits the decedent would have earned
- Pain and suffering experienced by the decedent
- Pain and suffering experienced by the family member related to the death
- Loss of companionship, support, counsel, guidance, love, etc.
- Property damage-related expenses
Our Romulus personal injury attorneys can help you determine which types of damages may be applicable in your case, as well as the potential value of your claim, during a free initial consultation. We are happy to answer your questions and address any concerns you may have.
When to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim
A severe injury or illness can put you out of work for weeks or even months. In some cases, you may be unable to return to your previous employment whatsoever. This can put you and your family under serious financial strain as medical bills and everyday expenses begin piling up while you are unable to earn a living.
To help employees who are injured on the job or who suffer work-related injuries or illnesses while carrying out any activities that benefit their employers, the state of Michigan requires nearly all employers to carry workers’ compensation insurance. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault system—meaning you do not need to prove that your employer or anyone else was negligent in order to file a claim.
You should file a workers’ compensation claim any time you suffer a work-related injury or occupational disease. If you are unable to work because of your injury or illness, workers’ compensation will provide wage replacement benefits based on a percentage of your average weekly wage. Workers’ compensation also pays for all reasonable and necessary medical expenses related to your occupational injury or illness, including copays, treatment expenses, medication costs, and more.
Workers’ compensation also pays for vocational rehabilitation, as well as specific loss benefits and total permanent disability benefits if you suffer a disabling injury or medical condition.
Regardless of the type of workplace accident, injury, or illness you have suffered, it is a good idea to investigate your legal options. You are likely covered by workers’ compensation and, therefore, eligible for benefits. We encourage you to reach out to our Romulus workers’ compensation lawyers today to learn more, including how our team can protect your rights.
Dedicated to You & Your Future
At Bahrie Law, we truly care about our clients. Here, you are not just another case number, and you will not be passed to an assistant or paralegal. Instead, you will receive the personal care and attention you deserve. Our clients work directly with their attorneys throughout the legal process, receiving creative, individualized strategies tailored to their unique needs, concerns, and goals. Whether you need help fighting for fair compensation or benefits, are navigating a difficult and contentious divorce, or have been accused of a serious crime, we understand what you are up against—and we know what it takes to win.
Our Romulus attorneys offer compassionate, client-focused representation and aggressive, results-oriented advocacy. We have multiple offices located throughout Michigan to better serve you and can meet to discuss your case in person or via phone/video conferencing.
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$1,775,000 Wrongful Death In Jail
The client had swallowed windshield-wiper fluid but police reportedly thought he was drunk. Case settled in with one defendant and went to trial with the other
$550,000 Auto Accident
The driver likely was not paying attention to the road as he ran a stop sign and failed to yield before crossing an intersection and crashed into a large tree. The client underwent 3 shoulder surgeries. The case settled at mediation.
$415,000 Auto accident
$328,494 Worker's Compensation
$300,000 Auto Accident
The client was driving in a residential neighborhood when Defendant accelerated out of her driveway in reverse and collided with the client’s vehicle.
$300,000 Auto Accident
The at-fault driver ran a stop sign and collided with a vehicle in which the client—who was pregnant with a 22-week old unborn child—was a passenger.
$255,000 Car Accident
$250,000 Auto Accident
The client was a passenger in a single-vehicle rollover accident caused by an intoxicated driver. The client injured her neck requiring surgery but made a good recovery post-surgery.
$180,000 Workers' Compensation
$163,000 Workers' Compensation