Reach out to Buckfire Law today if you have been hurt or injured in an accident in Flint. The Flint office is dedicated to helping the community and residents with personal injury cases. Comfort and convenience is a high priority for us, and if you are not able to make it to the Flint office, the staff is still willing and able to work on your case via virtual methods or by meeting you where you choose.
Our team can arrange investigators for interviews at a location of your choosing or can send an interview kit via the mail to fill out. Having the correct information is very important for our team to determine the best route for your case, as well as to have the most accurate understanding of events related to your accident or injury.
After an accident, your main priority should be healing and taking care of yourself. Hiring an attorney to negotiate with insurance companies, files records and paperwork, and help with the overall process is crucial. We can help with all legal procedures and let you focus on your wellbeing.
Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. can aid with a multitude of personal injury cases in Flint, including:
Discussing your case with an attorney can help showcase the different options you have and answers any questions to determine if there is a case. A lawyer can help you further understand your case and settlement possibilities.
Flint is in Genesee County with a population of over 95,500. The city is famous for being the birthplace of General Motors and has a rich history of culture and innovation.
The Northbank Center is part of the University of Michigan-Flint campus and is located just north of the Flint River at 400 – 432 North Saginaw Street in Flint. It is a multi-use facility featuring university offices, classrooms, and conference space as well as tenant office space available for long-term leasing.
The Industrial Savings Bank was founded in 1909 to serve merchants and factory workers on Flint’s north side. However, during Flint’s economic boom period in the first two decades of the twentieth century, the bank quickly grew, serving customers citywide. The 12-story structure was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
UM-Flint acquired the NBC in 1999. A year later, $3 million worth of renovations created office and classroom space as well as the ballroom. It is also the location of the campus’s dance and art studios as well as a number of academic programs.