Car Accident Lawyers & Personal Injury Attorneys in Michigan
About Our Firm
Attorney Chris Trainor in the News
Eighteen years after my accident, Christopher Trainor & Associates were able to assist me with my rehabilitation — putting my life in a whole new place.
In 2011, I was 9 months pregnant with my daughter and got into a car accident. It’s been a long 3-year journey and they were with me the entire time.
At first, I was fighting the insurance company all by myself. Christopher Trainor helped me to pay my medical bills and get all the legal care that I needed.
Our personal injury law firm has been successful in obtaining numerous multi-million dollar jury verdicts and settlements. Visit our testimonials to read more about our success for our clients. The accident lawyers at Christopher Trainor & Associates do not charge you a fee unless we obtain money for you. We also offer free legal consultations 24/7. If you think you have a case, our personal injury attorneys will meet at our office, your home, the hospital or any other location that’s convenient for you. If you have been hurt or injured in the state of Michigan, contact us for a free case evaluation today!
Our firm’s personal injury lawyers have covered a variety of cases, and our accident lawyers in Michigan have extensive experience handling auto accident claims. We help your financial security by making sure you have been paid No-Fault benefits that may be due to you. Of course, our auto accident & personal injury attorneys handle any type of motor vehicle accident, including cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, boats, and bicycles. In fact, our auto accident lawyers have over 60 years of experience and have obtained some of the top settlements and verdicts of any Michigan accident attorneys, many exceeding $1,000,000.
We’ve Handled All of the Following Types of Cases & More:
Unreasonable force or excessive force isn’t always clearly legally defined. Few municipalities offer clear definitions of how much force is too much force. However, in recent news, there have been many cases where victims and families successfully sought compensation for unreasonable force violations. Shooting an unarmed suspect, harming a suspect when there is no evidence a crime has been committed, hitting, punching, kicking, using a taser, a baton, mace, or chemical spray, or other acts of violence, are all examples of excessive and unreasonable force. Call a police brutality and civil rights lawyer today.
False Arrest and Unlawful Imprisonment
False arrest occurs when an individual is held against his or her will by a police officer, without probable cause. Officers must have reasonable probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed in order to arrest an individual, or they must have a warrant. If an arresting officer doesn’t meet these conditions, he or she may be liable for false arrest and the following unlawful imprisonment.
Police are subject to strict ethical codes of conduct that prohibit them from having consensual on-duty sex, and prohibit them from propositioning citizens. Police sexual assault can be traumatic for victims and their loved ones. Many are afraid to speak out if they’ve been assaulted. Don’t suffer in silence. Seek help today.
The law offers important protections against malicious prosecution. Officers are required to have probable cause in order to prosecute an individual under the law. Many persons end up having false charges brought against them as police officers want to cover up the use of excessive force or other unlawful acts. Other persons are prosecuted and found guilty due to officials falsifying evidence which ends up in unlawful imprisonment.
Persons who have been incarcerated have rights also. Officers or correction officials cannot hurt prisoners or detainees nor can they let prisoners be hurt by other prisoners. Proper medical treatment must be given and safety precautions must be taken. If you have been injured or harmed in jail, a civil rights attorney may be able to help you.
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One thing we pride ourselves in is client satisfaction, which comes from the financial awards we obtain for our clients, as well as the comfort, care, courtesy and treatment we give each and every client. Please call us to meet with us and you will find out why our clients recommend us to others and are clients for life.