No-Fault Insurer’s Reimbursement Deadline
Attorney Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3146
Insurer’s right of reimbursement; one-year limitation of action
If an auto insurance company has a right to be reimbursed for its payment of No-Fault benefits from a car accident victim’s tort claim proceeds (as allowed under MCL 500.3116), then this statute gives the No-Fault auto insurer only “1 year after payment has been received by a claimant upon a tort claim” to file a lawsuit to enforce “its rights of recovery or indemnity.”
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