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Michigan Auto Law Blog

June 10, 2021

The new fee schedule includes permanent reductions in No-Fault reimbursement rates for medical providers who care for car accident victims and takes effect on July 1, 2021. The problem is these fee schedule reimbursement rates are completely arbitrary. Lawmakers literally pulled them out of thin air and we expect they will cause significant havoc and …

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June 8, 2021

The best way for how to report a reckless driver is to call 9-1-1. With the information about the vehicle that you provide, the 9-1-1 dispatcher will be able to direct the nearest police officer to make an emergency response. By reporting a reckless driver, you are helping to prevent serious, avoidable crashes. As an …

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June 7, 2021

Michigan auto insurance company profits hit “record-smashing” highs in 2020 during the first full year of No-Fault reform. A recent study shows that Progressive, State Farm, Allstate and Citizens – which make up nearly 50% of Michigan’s auto insurance market – “reported windfall profits in 2020.” Michigan-based Auto-Owners Insurance Company also had a banner year …

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June 1, 2021

Medical coverage for a motorcycle accident has recently changed. Now, if you are involved in a motorcycle accident and injured in a crash with a car or truck, your medical coverage for your injuries will likely come from: (1) No-Fault PIP from the insurance company of the driver who caused the crash; or (2) first-party …

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May 27, 2021

As I predicted, the new auto No-Fault law in Michigan has been great for insurance companies, who all reported record profits in 2020. But for consumers looking to save money on car insurance after Michigan No-Fault reform, the savings have been disappointing. Today I will share some ways for drivers who were expecting more savings …

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May 24, 2021

The Michigan No-Fault medical fee schedule changes that take effect on July 1, 2021 will deprive our most seriously injured car accident victims of the medical care and rehabilitation they need to rebuild shattered lives. Mitch Albom got it right yesterday when he wrote that “our most vulnerable auto crash victims are about to be …

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May 18, 2021

A wrongful death attorney is the lawyer who will recover the unjust damages your family is legally entitled to after you have lost a loved one in a fatal car accident. This can include No-Fault survivor’s loss benefits, including “reasonable medical, hospital, funeral, and burial expenses,” compensation for pain and suffering and monetary damages for …

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May 11, 2021

Whether you can drive a golf cart on the road will depend on: (1) where the road is located; (2) what type of road it is; (3) how fast you’re planning to drive; (4) your age; (5) whether you have a valid driver’s license; and (6) whether the state you are in requires insurance for …

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May 5, 2021

Who you sue after a car accident in Michigan depends on what harms and losses you have suffered. To recover pain and suffering compensation for your injuries and for economic loss damages, you will sue the at-fault driver and owner of the vehicle that caused the crash. If you are suing to recover No-Fault insurance …

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