Church Wyble | A Lansing Personal Injury Law Firm for over 60 Years
Since 1951 we have been helping residents in Lansing and throughout Michigan who have been involved with a personal injury.
We are Lansing personal injury lawyers who specialize in all areas of personal injury.
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Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Lansing and all of Michigan.
Car Accidents (Car, Truck and Motorcycle Accident)
Lansing area auto accidents cause extraordinary suffering and loss to motorists, passengers and pedestrians. Injured victims face medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. Family members suffer economic loss, mental anguish and loss of companionship. In the event of death, families are torn apart without warning. To protect your legal rights following a severe auto accident injury or the wrongful death of a loved one involved in a serious auto accident injury, it is generally wise to consult an experienced Lansing auto accident attorney as soon as possible.
With millions in Lansing auto accident settlements, let Church Wyble be your auto accident attorney.
Occurrences of medical malpractice may not be obvious to the average person. Accurate identification of medical departures requires a review and analysis by Lansing medical malpractice attorneys who are familiar with medicine along with the appropriate medical experts. Since the laws regarding these types of cases can be very complex, it is extremely important to seek the advice of an experienced medical malpractice lawyer who will protect your rights and those of your loved ones.
With millions in Lansing Medical Malpractice settlements, let Church Wyble be your Medical Malpractice Lawyer
If you’ve suffered a personal injury or have a serious medical condition, it can be difficult to earn a living. Disability is more common than you might think: it is estimated that a 20-year-old worker has about a 30% chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age. Losing a job because of a personal injury or illness can be devastating to you and your family. Fortunately, Social Security benefits are available to many people in this situation. Church Wyble can help determine if you qualify for Social Security benefits, help you apply, and assist you if you need to appeal a determination.
Obtaining Social Security benefits can be a complicated and time-consuming process. Let us help you navigate the system.
On average, there are 11,200 disabling accidental injuries every hour during the year. Wrongful death is the legal term used when someone causes the death of another person. Thus, a death caused by the negligent, careless or intentional act of another person or corporation is considered a wrongful death. Wrongful death lawsuits are brought by the family of the person who has died. The goal of this type of personal injury claim is to seek compensation for those family members who have lost a loved one in order to help defray medical costs and provide financial support.
National figures estimate that 60% of dog bite attacks happen in the home, either by a family or a friend’s dog. A dog bite can be a traumatic event resulting in serious injury. Multiple deaths are reported each year as a result of the most vicious attacks. Often, a dog bite injury will result in permanent scarring, nerve damage and significant risk of infection. Many times there is psychological harm that lasts well beyond the physical injury.
Under premises liability law, property owners and businesses have a duty to provide a safe environment. If they fail to do so, and someone is personally injured as a result, the property owner, through their insurance company, may be held liable for lost wages, physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, and benefits. Conditions which may give rise to a legal claim can include falling due to snow and ice, poor lighting, poorly installed or maintained carpeting, overly polished floors, spilled substances, falls created by building code violations or poor maintenance.