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    Two 'seriously injured' in car accident in Abu Dhabi

    Two people were seriously injured in an accident involving two cars on Abu Dhabi — Al Ain Road on Tuesday morning.

    Abu Dhabi Police said a preliminary investigation showed that the accident, which happened just before the flyover to Al Nahda in the direction of Al Ain, was caused by one of the motorists suddenly swerving. The driver of the following car hit the first from behind and both struck a metal roadside guardrail.

    An image from the scene, provided by police, showed a white Toyota sedan skewered by the metal safety barrier.

    The bar seemingly pierced the car through the bonnet and came out through the back right door and blood was seen spilt on one of the seats.

    Both drivers were taken to Mafraq Hospital.

    Police called on motorists to be alert while driving and adhere to speed limits.

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    Current Michigan law requires three things before an injured person may be entitled to compensation for injuries sustained (“pain and suffering”)*in an automobile accident. First, the person seeking compensation must not be at fault for the accident. A Michigan car accident lawyer will know this. Second, the injured person must sustain an injury that is “objectively manifested”. In more simple terms, the person must sustain an injury that will show up on a medical diagnostic test (MRI,*X-Ray,*CAT Scan,*EEG, etc.). Lastly, the injury must cause a “serious impairment”. Basically, the injured party’s lifestyle must be affected due to the accident and the injuries sustained for a period of time.

    A person must take legal action within three years from the date of the accident or they will not be able to pursue a claim for their “pain and suffering” against the at-fault driver. Failure to initiate a lawsuit within that three years may result in your claim being forever barred. One of our Michigan auto accident attorneys can help with this.

    Again, each individual’s claim is different. If you were injured in an automobile accident, call the Law Firm of Elia & Ponto and let us help you today!
    https://www.eliaandponto.com/michigan-auto-accident-lawyer/

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    Quote Originally Posted by flory View Post
    Current Michigan law requires three things before an injured person may be entitled to compensation for injuries sustained (“pain and suffering”)*in an automobile accident. First, the person seeking compensation must not be at fault for the accident. A Michigan car accident lawyer will know this. Second, the injured person must sustain an injury that is “objectively manifested”. In more simple terms, the person must sustain an injury that will show up on a medical diagnostic test (MRI,*X-Ray,*CAT Scan,*EEG, etc.). Lastly, the injury must cause a “serious impairment”. Basically, the injured party’s lifestyle must be affected due to the accident and the injuries sustained for a period of time.

    A person must take legal action within three years from the date of the accident or they will not be able to pursue a claim for their “pain and suffering” against the at-fault driver. Failure to initiate a lawsuit within that three years may result in your claim being forever barred. One of our Michigan auto accident attorneys can help with this.

    Again, each individual’s claim is different. If you were injured in an automobile accident, call the Law Firm of Elia & Ponto and let us help you today!
    Thank you for your reply


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