Michigan Lawyer Aaron Larson

Personal Injury
Michigan Personal Injury

Helping People

If personal injury practice can be summed up in two words, those words are "helping people". Injured people are often left in desperate situations, and may be unable to support themselves and their families or pay their medical bills. They may need extensive medical care, rehabilitation and retraining before they are able to resume normal lives. Some, unfortunately, suffer permanent injury and disability.

Injuries and Negligence

In law there is a concept of "negligence", which means failing to act in a manner which respects the lives and safety of others, in a context where there is a duty to respect their rights. Most personal injury litigation arises from acts of negligence. For example, when a car accident occurs, it is usually because of a mistake, inattention, or momentary lapse of judgment by one of the drivers. The innocent driver may have no opportunity to avoid an accident, and may suffer life-changing injuries. That is even more likely to be the case in a motorcycle accident, bicycle accident, or when a car hits a pedestrian.

The Law Protects The Innocent

The purpose of "personal injury law" is to protect the innocent, and to help them recover for their pain, disability, and economic losses. The goal is to restore the injured person to the condition that person would have been in had the accident never occurred. Few people would trade the use of an eye or limb for any amount of money, let alone suffer a traumatic brain injury or paralysis. People injured by the negligence of others don't get a choice, and they are entitled to just and fair compensation for their losses.

Our Services

Mr. Larson provides a broad range of services in the area of personal injury, primarily for the benefit of busy, successful personal injury practitioners who require assistance with an unusual tort or complex legal issue, or bringing or defending a motion or appeal. Mr. Larson has extensive experience in authoring and defending potentially dispositive motions, and authored a toolkit for ICLE on the subject of drafting and defending motions under MCR 2.116(C)(8) and (10). His appellate experience is very helpful in crafting appropriate legal strategies to preserve the record for appeal.

Mr. Larson also provides services in preparation for case evaluation, mediation, facilitation or arbitration, where a thoroughly prepared and thoughfully drafted summary can add significant settlement value to a case.

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