Personal Injury

When you've been injured in an accident, the road toward recovery can be a long and stressful one. Medical treatments can cost a fortune, and if your injuries have forced you to miss work, you can quickly find yourself underneath a mountain of debt. When your injuries are the result of the negligent actions of someone else, you shouldn't have to bear the burden of recovery on your own. That's why having an experienced personal injury attorney working for you can make all the difference in the world during the recovery process. With the right personal injury attorney by your side, you can help hold the individuals who caused your injuries responsible by receiving compensation that can cover the cost of your medical bills, replace lost wages, and cover other associated pain and suffering costs.

Here at Garton & Vogt, we've spent over 30 years working with clients across the state of Michigan to help them seek justice for their injuries and provide relief for any financial distress brought on by their injuries. Over the years we've assisted clients in a wide variety of personal injury cases, big and small. Our firm has helped hundreds of clients navigate the justice system and, when necessary, litigate injury claims in court. We go to these efforts because we believe that injured victims shouldn't have to face the challenge of recovery on their own. We're committed to fighting tooth and nail for our clients so that they can receive the compensation they deserve to cover medical costs and help them get back on their feet.

What injuries do you help with?

Through the years we've helped our clients take on a long list of personal injury claims. We try to remind all of our clients that, while your injury may be unique, what matters most is how you were injured. With that in mind, the most common injuries we work with include:

Have you been injured in an accident?

We can help you seek justice.

What if I share some of the blame for my accident?

Just because you may have some share of the blame for an accident that resulted in injury, doesn't mean you can't win compensation for your case. The state of Michigan does follow a "modified comparative fault" rule, which was designed to govern cases where the victim is found to be partly at fault for the accident. In many injury cases, you may try to hold someone responsible for your injuries, only to see them turn around and try to blame you for causing the accident. If the court does rule that you're partly at fault, you can still receive compensation, but the amount you can receive will be reduced in accordance with the level of fault you own.

For example, if you are in a car accident with someone and the court rules that you were 10% at fault for the accident, then your total compensation will be reduced by 10% to account for the amount of fault you share with the other party. Assuming you were 10% at fault for the accident, and the court decided to award $100,000 in damages, you would only be eligible to receive $90,000 for your injuries.

Don't Wait. Put our experience on your side.

At the end of the day, having an experienced personal injury attorney working for you is the best way to ensure that your case is handled quickly and professionally. At Garton & Vogt, our personal injury attorneys will do everything they can to make sure that your rights are protected at every turn so that you have every chance at achieving a successful outcome. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call our offices today and schedule a free consultation for your case.

Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Macomb, Michigan

Recovering from a significant personal injury is never easy. Medical bills can pile up fast, and if you’re forced to missed work, you can quickly find yourself overwhelmed. That’s why the personal injury attorneys at Garton & Vogt have been helping victims across Michigan pursue compensation that can help them recover and get their life back. Call today for your own free case consultation.