Motorcycle Accidents

As top motorcycle injury lawyers in Michigan, we have a proven track record for advocating for motorcyclists’ rights on the road.

At Fraser & Souweidane, we have been delivering winning motorcycle case results for Michigan clients for more than 45 years. We proudly advocate for motorcyclists’ rights to share the road lawfully and safely.

While you may be overwhelmed by medical appointments and bills, our dependable team of motorcycle accident attorneys can help you recover the compensation you rightly deserve. Our team of experienced motorcycle attorneys will help you navigate the complexities of pursuing a lawsuit against at-fault drivers after being injured on the road. Common calamitous outcomes include fatalities, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, and disfigurement.

Know Your Rights

As a motorcyclist in Michigan, you should be aware of laws specific to operating a motorcycle, including how to be properly licensed, helmet usage, and essential equipment checklists. If you are a rider involved in an accident caused by a reckless or negligent driver, the “No-Fault” policy that applies to cars and trucks is not applicable to motorcycles.

Because they are not considered motor vehicles by law, motorcycle operators are ineligible for the no-fault benefits granted to other Michigan drivers. Work with an experienced attorney who has extensive experience in motorcycle accident litigation to help you recover the economic and non-economic losses you deserve.


The Fraser & Souweidane Difference

For more than 45 years, the personal injury lawyers at Fraser & Souweidane have been providing customized legal guidance, aggressively fighting for compensation — and protecting the legal rights of our valued clients. Our no-nonsense, client-focused team of personal injury attorneys knows what it takes to navigate the complexities of truck liability cases.

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Truck Accident Attorney

A Look at Michigan Law Regarding Semi Truck & Commercial Vehicle Accident Cases

Truck accident cases tend to be quite complicated because there are several issues at play. Unlike car accident claims, those involving trucks must consider insurance policies, truck data recorders, truck tracking software, and the driving records of the truck drivers.


There are regulations that apply to commercial vehicles. These regulations govern the maintenance and operation of commercial vehicles on Michigan roads. Examples of trucks on Michigan roads subject to these regulations include commercial shipping trucks, oil or fuel tanker trucks, delivery trucks and similar vehicles.

According to Michigan law, truck crash victims must file a lawsuit within three years of the injury. However, given the amount of additional evidence available in these types of cases, it is important to contact one of our attorneys as soon as possible.

Get Your Free Consultation

Have you or a loved one been injured in a truck accident? It’s important to review your legal options with a specialized truck accident attorney — free of charge. With a time-tested record of obtaining large truck crash results, we deliver specialized legal counsel that wins cases. Contact us today at 877-EASTSIDE.