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“Mazes and loopholes” by Michigan auto insurance companies

October 13, 2010 by Steven M. Gursten

Injured auto accident victim responds to personal injury attorney’s top 10 list of worst auto insurance companies by sharing her story of insurance abuse

This week, a reader named Kimberly contacted me after reading one of our most popular blogs: 10 worst auto insurance companies in Michigan. Unfortunately, Kimberly – like countless other accident victims and Michigan residents – is struggling to receive her No-Fault benefits following her car accident.

Here’s what Kimberly had to say:

“It is unfortunate the mazes and loopholes insurance companies in Michigan take you through…I’m going through something like this right now. I do believe from the information that I’ve gathered about UIM (underinsured motorist coverage) from this site is why I’m being held up for over a year now (Kimberly is responding to information and cases discussed on michiganautolaw.com about many insurance company adjusters using delay tactics in cases involving UIM car accident claims, hoping that unknowing accident victims will blow shortened contractual statute of limitations for uninsured and underinsured coverage).

I’ve been in the dark this whole time….I’m so glad I was directed to this site. It popped up on Facebook. I will be giving you a call tomorrow. Thank you so much for your honesty!”

Related information:

Uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage FAQs

Insurance company abuse in Michigan

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