Category: Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

July 5, 2017

Court rules Wayne County lawsuit for benefits for back injury from unloading parked car under No-Fault law’s “parked motor vehicle exception” can proceed

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June 23, 2017

Committee is changing laws in ways that will harm uninsured car crash victims but help insurance companies under assigned claims plan

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June 1, 2017

Rep. Graves (R-Argentine Township)’s May 30, 2017, HB 4672 proposes car insurance fraud authority targeting insurers’ bad-faith practices that harm people and deny without justification No-Fault PIP benefits to car crash victims

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April 28, 2017

Robert Raitt will speak at ICLE’s annual No-Fault Summit about common pitfalls from the plaintiff’s perspective when adjusting a No-Fault PIP claim

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April 25, 2017

Mistakes, ‘inconsistent’ or ‘erroneous’ statements not enough to show ‘fraudulent intent’ in claims for replacement services, wage loss benefits under No-Fault

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April 24, 2017

Insurance company can’t use ‘inconsistent statements’ alone to deny No-Fault PIP benefits to injured car crash victim, says MCOA in No-Fault fraud ruling

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November 21, 2016

Rumor has it Rep. Sheppard’s deeply flawed HB 5951 will be taken up before MI legislative session ends; here are the top 3 reasons it should be allowed to expire Hopefully, the rumors I’m hearing are wrong about House Bill 5951. For Michigan car accident victims, drivers, and consumers, it’d be best if the so-called …

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November 16, 2016

This terrible bill (SB 870) excludes otherwise insured car accident victims in Michigan and lacks a ‘knowledge’ requirement  Does it make any sense that the person who rents a car should be disqualified from receiving No Fault PIP benefits if she is injured in a car accident? Of course not. But that’s precisely the nonsensical …

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October 4, 2016

This “cost shift” plan fails to lay out promised ‘savings’ and shifts burden of catastrophic medical care after an automobile accident from insurance companies to taxpayers; and after losing out on the nation’s best auto No Fault law, Michigan drivers will still pay the 2nd highest in the nation for auto insurance! There’s a lot …

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