If I’m partially at fault for an accident, can I still sue?
Claimants in Michigan may be able to pursue a personal injury claim if they have been injured by another person but are partially at fault for the accident. According to Michigan’s “Modified Comparative Fault – 51% Bar” rule, a party who is 51% or less at fault can pursue compensation. However, this rule does reduce the number of economic and non-economic damages that a partially at fault claimant can be awarded.
If you’ve been injured because of someone else’s wrongdoing and are considering legal action, despite being partially at fault for the accident, our lawyers at Ravid & Associates, P.C. can help you find the information and answers you’re looking for. To learn more about filing a lawsuit in Detroit, call (248) 948-9696 today.