Motorcycles, security requirements; first-party medical benefits
Michigan’s no-fault law contains specific statutes that apply to motorcycles. In this section, the law requires motorcycle owners to obtain insurance that provides security against losses resulting from 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 are still legally required to have insurance cover losses due to tort liability.
The lawyers of Michigan Auto Law have been specializing in automobile no-fault litigation for more than 50 years. If you have been injured in a motorcycle accident or auto accident and need help navigating your no-fault insurance policy, please call one of our expert attorneys for a free case evaluation at (800) 777-0028 or fill out our consultation form. There is absolutely no fee or obligation.
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