Michigan No-Fault Act and No-Fault Statutes
Our No-Fault attorneys are helping car accident victims interpret and understand the law
Our No-Fault lawyers are frequently asked to help explain the Michigan No-Fault Law and assist clients in obtaining their No-Fault insurance benefits and pain and suffering compensation. In this section, our No-Fault attorneys have summarized the Michigan No-Fault Act and provided an interpretation of each No-Fault statute for our readers.
Michigan No-Fault Act
The No-Fault attorneys of Michigan Auto Law have provided an overview of the Michigan No-Fault Law, which includes a brief explanation of the types of No-Fault cases available to auto accident victims and a copy of the No-Fault act.
The Michigan No-Fault Law is complicated, especially for people who have recently been in an auto accident and don’t know what to do next. Our No-Fault insurance attorneys have provided a translation of each statute within the No-Fault Act.
For those of you who are unfamiliar, the Michigan No-Fault Act designates a car accident victim’s legal rights regarding No-Fault insurance and benefits. Feel free to call (248) 353-7575 to speak with one of our insurance attorneys now. We can answer all of your legal questions, and the call is free.