No-Fault Certification of Michigan Insurers
Lawyer Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3163
Automobile insurer not required to provide personal and property protection insurance benefits to out-of-state residents; exception.
An auto insurance company that is authorized to do business in Michigan is not required to provide No-Fault benefits to an out-of-state insured after he or she has been injured in a car accident in Michigan.
An out-of-state insured is “an out-of-state resident who is insured under the insurer’s automobile liability insurance policies” issued in the non-Michigan resident’s home state.
The only exception to this general rule is if:
The “out-of-state resident is the owner of a motor vehicle that is registered and insured in this state.”
No-Fault Lawyers of Michigan Auto Law
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