Matz Injury Law, PC will aggressively pursue benefits to which you, your patients, or your clients may be entitled after a motor vehicle injury incident. Steve Matz and Jared Matz have a proven track record of over forty years turning no-pay and slow-pay insurance billings into approvals that help both the patient and provider. Many benefit denial claims can be resolved on a voluntary basis with our involvement, but when suit is justified, and proves necessary, we will not hesitate to go into litigation in order to protect your interest, and to get bills and benefits paid.
All of our work is done on a contingent (percentage) basis, so there are no up front fees to the provider or patient for engaging us. If we don’t obtain a recovery, there is no legal fee. And as an added benefit, we charge only 22% of the net recovery, not the 33 1/3% maximum allowable fee that most other firms charge. Additionally, in some circumstances, the insurance carrier may be responsible for paying our fee.
Matz Injury Law obtained a $1,000,000 settlement for a woman in Northern Michigan who fractured both ankles as a result of being rear-ended by a gravel truck.
A settlement of $3,450,000 ($450,000 more than the insurance policy limits) for a family who lost loved ones as a result of an inattentive cement truck driver.
$750,000 to the family of a passenger killed in a collision on an icy road.
$475,000 for a 42 year old-man who suffered a neck injury as a result of an automobile crash in Oakland County.
$600,000 settlement on behalf of 2 families who were injured when a tire dislodged from a passing boat trailer and struck their vehicle.
$170,000 settlement on behalf of the estate of a 20 year-old man who was killed as a result of a drunk driving collision. Insurance coverage was only $70,000; the owner of the drunk driver’s vehicle paid $100,000 personally.
$750,000 to the family of a 27 year-old passenger killed in a rear-end collision.
$800,000 settlement on behalf of a 45 year-old man with a traumatic brain injury who returned to work 3 weeks after the accident.
$187,500 awarded to two brothers who were passengers in a single-car rollover incident.
$450,000 settlement for a 23 year-old woman with a fractured calcaneus and kneecap fracture.
$475,000 settlement to a father and daughter whose car was struck by a commercial vehicle.
$100,000 settlement (policy limit) for a fetus (7-1/2 month gestation) who died as a result of an intersection collision.
$200,000 (policy limit) settlement for the wrongful death of a recent immigrant.
$290,000 for a 70 year-old woman whose car was broadsided by a driver who claimed he had the green light at an intersection.
$825,000 settlement on behalf of a 25 year-old man in a rural county with a peroneal nerve injury as a consequence of an automobile/truck collision.
$350,000 to a woman who suffered a broken arm when her vehicle was struck by a semi.
$200,000 settlement in a rural county for a 4 year-old who died as a result of a truck/pedestrian collision.
$200,000 settlement on behalf of a young woman who suffered leg and foot fractures after an automobile/pedestrian collision.
$170,000 settlement for a construction worker who suffered a shoulder injury when struck by a driver on an icy road in Clare County.
$600,000 settlement for a mild closed head injury victim.
$400,000 for a vacationing motorist whose SUV was struck by a pickup truck that crossed the center line on an icy northern Michigan road.
$360,000 settlement on behalf of a 28 year-old dairy worker who suffered a separated shoulder.