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Michigan Supreme court ruling may ease proof of No-Fault causation

No-Fault attorney in Michigan Lawyers Weekly – No-Fault causation ruling on car accident case

A Michigan Auto Law attorney is interviewed by Michigan Lawyers Weekly on a Supreme Court decision that requires No-Fault insurers to pay auto insurance benefits (also called personal injury protection or PIP benefits) whenever an insured person can show “almost any causal connection” between accidental personal injury to the body and the use of a motor vehicle.

Here’s the Michigan Lawyers Weekly story: Ruling may ease proof of no fault causation

June 22, 2009

Related information about Michigan No-Fault law:

What benefits are available through Michigan No-Fault law?

The at-fault driver’s auto insurance and your car accident

This entry was tagged: Michigan No Fault Benefits , Michigan Supreme Court
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