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How Does Michigan No Fault Insurance Work if My Accident Was in Another State?

No-fault insurance is required to operate a motor vehicle in Michigan, so most people carry a policy, but what happens if you are visiting another state and get in a car accident there? Will your policy still cover the accident? All states have to ha… Read More
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What Is a No Fault Accident in Michigan?

A no fault accident is usually any auto accident. Michigan requires every car owner to get no fault insurance in order to receive license plates. It is illegal to drive or let someone else drive your car without a no fault insurance policy. There are… Read More
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Speeding Increases as Cause of Fatal Teen Auto Accidents as Total Deaths Decline

Earlier this summer, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) released a new report on fatal teen driving crashes. According to the report, authored by Dr. Susan Ferguson, former senior vice president of research for the Insurance Institute fo… Read More
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Poll Suggests Residents Oppose Reform of Michigan Auto No-Fault System

It’s not clear what message state legislators need to get before dropping efforts to reform the Michigan auto no-fault system, but a recent poll of Michigan residents confirmed that the vast majority of residents are opposed to the proposed reforms… Read More
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Bad “Credit Score” Means Michigan Auto Insurance Companies Pay More for Insured’s Medical Services

One of the many issues being debated in regards to potential reform of Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws is the claim by Michigan auto insurance companies that they are forced to pay more for the same medical services than health insurance compani… Read More
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Hit-and-Run Accident Injuries — Michigan No-Fault Benefits and Uninsured Motorist Claims Still Apply

Many people mistakenly believe that victims suffering from hit-and-run accident injuries are stuck paying their own medical bills and have no recourse for the income they’ve lost during recovery or for the permanent changes to their lives, such a… Read More
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Michigan College Students: Michigan No-Fault Insurance Must Cover Your Vehicle Even if You Live Out of State

The school year is starting up again and Michigan’s many great universities and colleges will be attracting thousands of students from other states. Unfortunately, the vast majority of them won’t be adequately insured if they’re involved in a c… Read More
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No-Fault Insurance Allowable Expenses

No-fault insurance companies in Michigan are required to pay all of a claimant’s medical expenses related to injuries sustained in the accident being covered as long as they are reasonable charges for reasonably necessary services and products. Our… Read More
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Does Michigan No-Fault Insurance Protect Against All Lawsuits in an Accident?

Michigan’s no-fault insurance law prohibits suing a properly insured driver in an accident for medical costs or lost wages. However, in serious injury cases, an at-fault driver can be sued for pain and suffering or excess economic loss. When client… Read More
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Can I Sue the At-fault Driver in a Michigan Car Accident?

Michigan’s no-fault insurance law only permits lawsuits against an at-fault driver for pain and suffering or excess economic loss — NOT for medical costs or lost wages unless the driver was uninsured. The Detroit auto accident lawyers at our fi… Read More
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