Gardner v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
Michigan Court of Appeals opinion: Ground for cutting off auto accident victims’ PIP benefits was “unreasonable”
Case impact: When State Farm tried to cut off No-Fault PIP benefits to one of its insured customers, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled the insurer’s decision was “unreasonable” and the adjuster’s “stated ground for initially refusing to pay the [No-Fault benefits] claims was not worthy of belief.”
Take a look at our blog post, which has more information on Gardner v. State Farm, “Court finds State Farm unreasonably denies PIP benefits to auto accident victim.”
Here’s the official Michigan Court of Appeals opinion on Gardner v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company.