Your guide to what’s right.
Jeremy Tiedt of Michigan Accident & Injury Law has more than a decade of experience representing people who have sustained personal injuries from car and truck accidents, premises liability accidents, construction accidents, nursing home injuries, traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, slip and fall, and more. With more than a decade of experience dealing with insurance companies, Michigan Accident & Injury Law knows how to obtain the best possible recovery for your case.
Attorney Jeremy Tiedt strives to help you through this difficult time and provide you with not only legal advice, but also compassion and a deeper understanding of your situation. Having had family members involved in serious motor vehicle accidents and having been the victim of a serious motor vehicle accident himself, Jeremy understands firsthand the impact and devastation a personal injury can have on your life. Whether you or a family member has sustained an injury, it is important for you to contact an experienced attorney to learn your legal rights.
Michigan Accident & Injury Law is available to guide you through your personal injury case. For a free consultation, contact Michigan Accident & Injury Law and speak with Jeremy Tiedt today.
You may have questions about liability. You may have questions about whether or not you have a case. You may have questions about the cost of pursuing a case.
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Frequently asked questions
Do I have a case?
The best way to know if you have a case is to give us a call and chat with Jeremy Tiedt. If you have been seriously injured, a loved one has died in an accident or you have been harmed by someone’s carelessness or negligence, it is important to contact an experienced attorney as quickly as possible. Jeremy can analyze your unique set of circumstances to let you know if you have a case that should be pursued.
How do I pay the attorney’s fees?
It is very simple – if we are not able to recover money for you, you do not owe us anything. Our fees are paid only after a recovery is made. We will discuss our fees in detail with you before you make the decision to pursue an injury claim with Michigan Accident & Injury Law. Contact Jeremy Tiedt at Michigan Accident & Injury Law for a free consultation, and let us help guide you to a fair recovery.
Do I need an attorney?
The short answer is that it never hurts to have a free consultation regarding your legal rights. If you’ve been injured in an incident, it’s always in your best interest to consult with an experienced attorney. The insurance company on the other side of your claim wants to make the smallest payment possible to close your case. An experienced personal injury attorney like Jeremy Tiedt of Michigan Accident & Injury Law will conduct investigations, retrieve and analyze medical records and fully discuss with you the best path forward to get you the recovery you deserve.
With more than a decade of experience, Jeremy has fought back against insurance companies on his clients’ behalf to recover tens of millions of dollars. Contact Michigan Accident & Injury Law today for your free consultation, and let Jeremy Tiedt be your guide to what’s right.
Our personal attention sets us apart.
Following a personal injury incident, consulting an experienced attorney is critical. Jeremy Tiedt of Michigan Accident & Injury Law has extensive experience litigating personal injury cases. For a free consultation, contact Michigan Accident & Injury Law and speak with Jeremy Tiedt today.
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When an accident occurs, who can you count on to fight for you? The sooner you contact an experienced attorney for help, the better.
Attorney Jeremy Tiedt of Michigan Accident & Injury Law offers the knowledge and experience that comes from more than a decade of litigating personal injury cases. When the time comes and you need a partner to stand up for you in a court of law, give us a call, and we’ll discuss your case for free, in plain terms, saving the legal jargon for the courtroom.