ZCD Transportation v. State Farm
Michigan Court of Appeals opinion limits No-Fault transportation services to only medical visits
Transportation other than to directly treat auto accident injuries is considered replacement services, therefore No-Fault transportation is limited to only medical visits. Specifically, the Michigan Court of Appeals in its 2012 ZCD Transportation vs. State Farm ruling held: “[T]ransportation expenses unrelated to medical treatment are not recoverable” under Michigan’s auto No-Fault insurance law.
For more information, read our blogs on ZCD Transportation v. State Farm: Michigan Court of Appeals case limits No-Fault transportation services, confining auto accident victims to their homes; How much must an insurance company pay for an auto accident victim’s transportations services under No Fault?.