Tag: Attendant Care

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June 7, 2018

New No Fault legislation likely to pass MI Senate include a feckless fraud authority, thanks to Sen. Joe Hune and Sen. Rick Jones

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November 29, 2017

You couldn’t avoid a deer accident. But you also can’t sue the deer for damages. So what are you entitled to recover for your injuries? The answer will surprise you

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October 9, 2017

Just one lawyer, speaking for himself, supports Duggan-Leonard plan. All other auto accident lawyers unanimously reject Duggan-Leonard-Theis plan

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October 2, 2017

For the most seriously injured car crash victims who need attendant care based on a doctor’s 24/7 prescription for safety, Duggan-Leonard want to cap attendant care at 2 days max

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April 20, 2017

Rep. Jason Sheppard (R-Temperance)’s PIP Choice plan leaves car crash victims with TBI and spinal injuries without adequate insurance coverage — and no guarantee of savings (again)

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October 13, 2016

What most No Fault attorneys will say is wrong.  By law, you don’t need a script for in-home nursing services like attendant care…but you will likely have an easier time when the doctor orders Attendant care is one of the most important No Fault benefits, but most people have no idea they’re entitled to it …

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May 19, 2015

I’ve received many e-mails in the past few weeks from very concerned auto accident victims who rely on attendant care nursing benefits. They want to know: If SB 248 passes and becomes law, will the changes to attendant care be grandfathered in for those currently receiving attendant care the current law, or will it change …

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May 4, 2015

Or will current attendant care rates and hours no longer be grandfathered? Here’s how SB 248 may affect your No Fault benefits if it’s passed into law I’ve received a number of frantic emails these past two weeks on the various proposed changes to Michigan’s No Fault laws. I’ve been an outspoken critic against these …

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March 6, 2015

How a pain and suffering settlement and a No Fault settlement for attendant care will affect your tax bill   Tax season is in full swing. And people want to know how certain No Fault PIP benefits they may recover from their own No Fault insurance after a car accident will affect their taxes. The …

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