Category: No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

July 16, 2021

On July 15, 2021, Gov. Whitmer approved a $25 million Post-Acute Care Auto Injury Provider Relief Fund as a result of the new auto No-Fault law’s medical fee schedule. The fund was created by Senate Bill 28. It was the result of a House substitution bill introduced and approved by the Michigan House of Representatives …

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June 18, 2021

IME insurance company abuse takes new shape as insurance companies and claims adjusters are insisting that car accident victims travel hundreds of miles and many hours away to attend compulsory independent medical examinations. But what’s adding insult to injury is that these companies are not only requiring these people to travel for hours to see …

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June 16, 2021

The lack of a Michigan No-Fault Law grandfather clause punishes car accident victims and medical providers by leaving them subject to restrictions they never agreed to such as coverage limitations and a medical fee schedule whose reductions on reimbursement rates will deny them access to necessary medical care and treatment. Even though it is not …

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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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February 23, 2021

The Michigan car insurance cancellation laws determine the very specific ways in which your insurance company can cancel your policy. These include a specific set of rules for when a company can cancel a driver’s policy, the type and length of cancellation notice that must be given, and that a refund must be provided. They …

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February 19, 2021

No longer can auto insurance companies use overly broad No-Fault fraud clauses in their policies to take away all of your legally-guaranteed Michigan auto insurance benefits after a car accident just by claiming you’ve made a mistake in your claims forms, an inaccurate statement in the past, or because of what a some private eye …

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February 9, 2021

This is what you need to know about how the car insurance claim process in Michigan works after an accident. Generally, there are three potential claims that a crash victim may have. One is for No-Fault insurance benefits. The second is for your injuries and your pain and suffering compensation if you were injured in …

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February 3, 2021

It is essential that you know how to file an auto insurance claim against someone in Michigan if you have been in a car accident. The three potential claims that you may have are for No-Fault benefits to cover medical bills and lost wages, for pain and suffering compensation and for a mini tort recovery …

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October 13, 2020

The requirements for car insurance for delivery drivers in Michigan are complicated. Delivery drivers must have auto No-Fault insurance, which includes liability coverage. But to be properly covered for a car accident, delivery drivers must also have commercial auto insurance or make sure there is no business-use exclusion that would void coverage. Most carriers could …

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