A v. Auto Club Insurance

A v. Auto Club Insurance - This was a first party no fault case v Auto Club Insurance. Y was a young child who suffered serious injuries, including a closed heard injury and left hemiparesis, and was hospitalized for an extended period of time when she was hit by a car outside her home. The adjuster assigned to her case told the single mother of Y that they were sorry, but they only owed the doctor bills and medications.  Y's mother told the adjuster that she was providing 24 hour a day, 7 day a week attendant care, which was documented in the claim file.  The adjuster also noted in the claim file that he told the family that it was not reimbursable.  The plaintiff recovered personal injury benefits and fraud damages from his no-fault auto insurance company, after defeating AAA in 3 appeals to the Michigan Court of Appeals, and 3 separate appeals to the Michigan Supreme Court

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