Michigan No-Fault Law: Residual Liability Requirement
Attorney Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3131
Residual liability insurance
Residual liability insurance covers normal liability for any type of car accident occurring outside of Michigan, in any other state according to the laws of that state.
This No-Fault statute protects you up to the policy limits of the bodily injury coverage that has been purchased if you cause a car accident in another state. Under this statute, your own insurance company will provide residual liability insurance according to the laws of that state where the auto accident took place.
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