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Assigned Claims Facility now called the Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility (MAIPF)

January 21, 2013 by Steven M. Gursten

There is no longer a Michigan Assigned Claims Facility in Lansing; all assigned claims will now go through the Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility, or MAIPF, in Livonia

The Assigned Claims Facility is no more.

Our No-Fault Law established the “assigned claims” fund as a safety net of auto insurance coverage in situations where a person was involved or injured in an auto accident, but where there was no automobile insurance company available to provide PIP insurance (No-Fault benefits). Assigned claims was considered the last resort for innocent and injured auto accident victims so they could recover these No-Fault benefits.

Previously, auto accident victims through their attorneys would submit these claims to the Assigned Claims Facility in Lansing. But no longer.  There is no longer any assigned claims fund facility in Lansing.

The good news is that there is still a place to send these claims. These new assigned claims must be sent to the Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility (MAIPF).

The new address is:

Michigan Assigned Claims Facility c/o Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility (MAIPF)
PO Box: 532318
Livonia, MI 48153-2318

Phone: 734-464-1100

Click here to view the new assigned claims application for PIP benefits.

Here’s more information about assigned claims and who is eligible.

For more information, click here to read a comprehensive analysis of Michigan No Fault reform and the latest developments.

Related information:

Michigan No-Fault 101: Who pays for your No-Fault benefits?

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