Michigan No-Fault Insurance for Motorcycles
Lawyer Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3103
Motorcycles, security requirements; first-party medical benefits
Michigan’s No-Fault law contains specific statutes that apply to motorcycles.
This No-Fault statute requires motorcycle owners to obtain insurance that provides security against losses resulting from liability for property damage, bodily injury or death caused by motorcycle accidents or from the negligent use of a motorcycle.
While Michigan does not require motorcycle owners to carry No-Fault insurance, which would provide No-Fault benefits (also called personal injury protection or PIP benefits) in the event of a motorcycle accident, motorcycle owners have the option of purchasing “first-party medical benefits” coverage.
Motorcycle Insurance Lawyers of Michigan Auto Law
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