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Grange Insurance Company v. Lawrence

Michigan Supreme Court opinion: A person can have multiple residences but can only have one legal “domicile” – to determine the insurance company that provides No-Fault benefits

Case impact: When determining No-Fault benefits for injured minors of divorced parents after car accidents, one parent must provide No-Fault benefits if there are two separate auto No-Fault insurance policies. This case helps determine which parent will provide those benefits.

Take a look at our blog, “Who pays No-Fault benefits for minor children of divorced parents injured in a car accident?” which has more information on Grange Insurance Company v. Lawrence .

Here’s the official Michigan Supreme Court syllabus on Grange v. Lawrence.

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