Steve Matz and his team have been practicing law in Michigan for decades. They’ve logged hundreds of thousands of miles traveling to virtually every county in Michigan’s lower and upper peninsulas, meeting with clients, and doing the work necessary to earn significant settlements on their clients’ behalf.
When you or someone close to you is injured in a motor vehicle accident involving an 18-wheeler or other large commercial vehicle, it turns your entire life upside down in an instant. Truck accidents are on the rise despite new laws and stricter federal regulations on the trucking industry. You deserve compensation for the serious injuries you’ve suffered, but everyone is passing the buck. Nobody is willing to own up and take responsibility for what’s happened to you, and it seems like everyone from the truck driver down to the parts manufacturers is involved somehow.
Meanwhile, your pain is getting worse, your medical bills and the costs of attendant care are piling up, and you have an insurance adjuster pushing you to accept a lowball offer while threatening you with nothing if you refuse.
That’s why it’s vital to have personal injury lawyers in your corner who can cut through the red tape and hold the right people responsible. Matz Injury Law is an office with experienced and qualified Detroit, Michigan truck accident attorneys who can help you and your loved ones receive a positive verdict to help pay for your medical expenses, pain and suffering, wrongful death, and other serious injuries. We’ve recovered over $300 million in damages for our clients, and we are ready to fight for you.
If you’re injured because of the negligence of a truck driver, you have the right to claim compensation. But beware. Insurance companies will create obstacles to claims, making it difficult for accident victims to get the medical care and compensation they deserve. To protect your rights, you need lawyers who work on truck accident cases every day.
At Matz Injury Law, we want to help you obtain the compensation you need to rebuild your life. We have the knowledge, resources, and determination to succeed in challenging cases involving tractor-trailer accidents, commercial vehicle accidents, and other acts of negligence.
When we meet with you (whether in person or by Zoom,) we’ll listen to you and your concerns, explain the legal process and the issues in your case, and show you what can be done to help you get medical care and compensation.
Getting you medical care is our number one priority. If you don’t have a doctor, we can help make sure you find the right doctor and receive the care and treatment you need without being burdened by insurance company delays or restrictions on your doctors.
We’ll also identify all possible sources of compensation. This could include Michigan no-fault, uninsured/underinsured coverage, workers’ compensation, liability insurance of the other driver, the insurance covering the owner of the at-fault vehicle, and policies covering you, your family members, and others.
We’ll handle all aspects of your case. Our firm will communicate directly with insurance companies, adjusters, your benefits and medical bills, your property damage claim and others. This will give you the time to focus on getting better.
We seek full compensation. Matz Injury Law will work tirelessly to help you get full compensation for all your losses, including medical costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
We won’t leave money on the table. We’ll try to resolve your case for the maximum value of your claim. During the legal process, we’ll provide constant updates, keep you informed of important developments and provide supportive counsel at the right time.
$360,000 settlement on behalf of a 28 year-old dairy worker who suffered a separated shoulder.
$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.
$600,000 settlement for a mild closed head injury victim.
$170,000 settlement for a construction worker who suffered a shoulder injury when struck by a driver on an icy road in Clare County.
$200,000 settlement on behalf of a young woman who suffered leg and foot fractures after an automobile/pedestrian collision.
$200,000 settlement in a rural county for a 4 year-old who died as a result of a truck/pedestrian collision.
$350,000 to a woman who suffered a broken arm when her vehicle was struck by a semi.
$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.
$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.
$200,000 (policy limit) settlement for the wrongful death of a recent immigrant.