Tag: Attorney Jeff Bussell

October 4, 2018

Michigan Auto Law attorney Jeffrey Bussell shares tips and strategies for protecting car accident injury victims from liens asserted on pain and suffering recoveries

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November 15, 2016

“Love your Lawyer Day” was last week. I know, it’s a made up holiday. It’s self-serving and self-promotional. It’s probably as annoying to most people as the invented Sweetest Day holiday and that requires us to run out and buy cards. To be honest, until last week, I’d never even heard of Love your Lawyer …

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March 6, 2013

How these different auto insurance coverages can protect you after an auto accident Auto insurance coverage can go by a lot of acronyms and short-hand descriptions. In Michigan, auto insurance is frequently – and erroneously – separated into two categories, Full Coverage and PLPD. But these shorthand labels do not quite adequately describe the protection …

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February 25, 2012

Insurance attorney advice on what insurance covers your family members, and saves you extra deductible costs in case of a car accident This blog is written by Jeffrey Bussell. Jeff is an excellent No-Fault insurance attorney who helps clients in the early stages of a car accident lawsuit. He also helps people get their mini-tort, …

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May 6, 2010

Insurance attorney advises on why primary medical No-Fault can protect drivers As a personal injury attorney handling insurance and No-Fault litigation, I read a lot of insurance policies. I continually see many situations where it’s beneficial for people to use medical benefits from their auto insurance. Another term for this is primary medical PIP (personal …

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May 4, 2010

Insurance attorney explains primary versus coordinated medical No-Fault benefits for car accident victims in Michigan As an attorney who handles Michigan No-Fault insurance lawsuits, I speak with hundreds of auto accident victims a year, many who are confused about their insurance policies and benefits. A lot of my clients ask why they have to pay …

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June 16, 2009

Almost never. In an effort to save as much money as possible on auto insurance premiums, many people elect coordinated/excess wage loss on their personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, because it’s cheaper than primary wage loss. PIP coverage provides no-fault benefits (medical expenses/mileage, wage loss, household replacement services and attendant care) after someone has been …

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