Category: No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

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April 9, 2009

Our no-fault insurance lawyers would like to pass on a recent press release regarding a fake insurance company targeting people in Detroit. As always, we are happy to answer questions about important coverages, and which automobile insurance companies to avoid. The press release regarding “Fender Bender Insurance Agency” was issued by the Michigan Office of …

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February 26, 2009

I would like to tell you about my client Lisa Chase, of Clinton Township in Macomb County, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident. Lisa is a wonderful, kind woman who now finds herself in a situation that’s sadly common in Michigan today. Lisa recently wrote letters to The Detroit News and attorney general, …

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February 24, 2009

Top Mistakes Accident Victims Make: No. 5 People injured car accidents and collecting no-fault insurance benefits are frequently told by their insurance companies and claims adjusters that they must apply for Social Security Disability (SSD). But it’s a big mistake for an auto accident victim to consider a Social Security Disability application or SSD claim …

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January 6, 2009

The worst Michigan no-fault insurance case of 2008 snuck in with only two days of the year remaining. In Moore v. Secura, the Michigan Supreme Court issued an opinion that will destroy the rights of thousands of people injured in motor vehicle accidents. The two worst parts of the decision are as follows: Michigan auto …

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October 21, 2008

As Michigan lawyers handling auto accident law, we are constantly asked by our clients and friends who we feel is best qualified for the Michigan Supreme Court. Our attorneys support Judge Diane Marie Hathaway for Michigan Supreme Court justice. She is a 3rd Circuit Court judge in Detroit and a former prosecutor. Judge Hathaway is …

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August 12, 2008

Most people don’t think about insuring and registering their automobiles immediately after moving to a new state. But thanks to another unfair Michigan insurance law, that’s what has to be done to be protected in case of an auto accident. In Jones v. SBC Teleholdings Inc., the Michigan Court of Appeals recently ruled that Michigan …

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July 25, 2008

We’ve received a lot of feedback after Wednesday’s post on the Ten Worst Automobile Insurance Companies in Michigan, which highlights Allstate Insurance Company as the absolute worst. Here are some additional thoughts, compliments of the Michigan Association for Justice (MAJ). The MAJ stresses that families must consider choosing an automobile insurance company that has a …

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July 16, 2008

Michigan no fault insurance lawyers should now be insisting on 58.5 cents per mile, which is the new IRS business mileage rate that began on July 1, 2008, for all medical mileage claims in litigation with auto insurance companies. The new mileage rate has been raised significantly from the 50.5 cents per mile that was …

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