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What are Allowable Expenses for No-Fault Benefits?

After a severe auto accident, medical bills are often just the beginning of your costs. Doctors’ orders for bed rest, physical therapy, or lifting restrictions can place a burden on family and friends who step up to help. Michigan’s No-Fa… Read More
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Michigan Court Protects Patients' Right to Assign No-Fault Benefits

After an auto accident, injured motorists don’t want to have to think about medical bills. Michigan’s No-Fault Act is designed to make sure insurance companies pay for your medical expenses, lost wages, and other covered losses. But when… Read More
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What Are Your Options After an Uninsured Motorcycle Accident?

A motorcycle accident can cause serious injury to the biker, and to the driver and passengers of other vehicles involved. Unfortunately, many motorcyclists ride without insurance coverage. That can cause problems after a crash. Find out what your opt… Read More
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Why is Auto Insurance Fraud Part of Your Car Accident Case?

After a car accident, you are likely focused on recovering from your injuries and paying the bills. Once your no-fault complaint is filed, your insurance provider may bring a variety of technicalities into the case. One popular defense right now is t… Read More
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Can Roadway Debris Cause a Hit-and-Run Accident?

Roadway debris can cause serious trouble. Flying debris can do damage to vehicles and injury to motorists. Even obstructions in the street can cause unpredictable traffic patterns as drivers try to avoid a single-car accident. When serious injuries r… Read More
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Is a Car Owner Responsible After an Auto Accident With a Drunk Driver?

Drunk driving accidents are often fatal or involve serious injuries to other motorists and passengers. Those kinds of injuries bring with them a heavy price tag that many drunk drivers are simply unable to pay. When a lawsuit against an uninsured at-… Read More
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Michigan Driverless Vehicle Laws Lead the Way, But Leave Liability to the Courts

Michigan has become a proving ground for autonomous vehicles. If you live along I-69 or M-14, you could have already seen a driverless car or military caravan traveling beside you. A recent American Bar Association article features Michigan Driverles… Read More
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Michigan Bill Fights Teenage Drunk Driving Through Voluntary Interlock Devices

Parents of teenagers have fought to find a balance between freedom and supervision for generations. The very idea of teen drunk driving can give parents nightmares. Now a Michigan bill on teenage drunk driving in the State Senate could give parents a… Read More
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Hearing Loss After an Auto Accident? You Can Be Compensated

An airbag often deploys with a loud bang and a sudden force. Usually, these safety devices prevent serious injury, stopping a motorist’s head from hitting the window or going through the windshield. But sometimes, the airbag itself can cause da… Read More
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Does Michigan Accept Electronic Proof of Insurance?

Michigan drivers are legally required to maintain no-fault auto insurance on every vehicle used on the roads. When stopped by a police officer, drivers must produce proof of current coverage. Many larger auto insurers now have apps that allow you to… Read More
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