Insurer’s right of reimbursement; one-year limitation of action
This statute applies to no-fault insurance companies disputing which insurance company should pay no-fault benefits when multiple car insurance companies may have provided coverage. An insurance company cannot file a lawsuit for reimbursement against another insurance company unless it is filed within one year after a payment for no-fault benefits has already been made to an insured who was involved in an auto accident and received payment of no-fault benefits under Michigan law.
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