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Jordan Jones, a Michigan Auto Law attorney, serves as a plaintiffs’ lawyer No Fault expert for ICLE program on 2017’s No Fault law decisions
Lawyers who process clients’ attendant care claims MUST fact-check before submitting No-Fault forms to insurers, who are only too eager to allege fraud over the most innocent of mistakes
Court rules that No-Fault fraud involving a claim for benefits under the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan requires knowledge and intent to defraud and deceive
Pro-insurance rulings, misuse and abuse of No-Fault system by insurers, defense lawyers and adjusters, politicians’ pro-insurance, anti-consumer ‘reform’ plans threaten to gut of the best insurance system in the nation
Car crash victim didn’t commit No-Fault fraud based on alleged “discrepancies” from surveillance evidence
Crooked IME doctors, bad faith litigation policies and insurance-friendly double-standards from our courts have emboldened auto insurers to step-up denials and illegal cut-offs without cause
Robert Raitt will speak at ICLE’s annual No-Fault Summit about common pitfalls from the plaintiff’s perspective when adjusting a No-Fault PIP claim
The ‘Bahri’ decision is scaring doctors from treating car crash victims and their injuries. A real fix can only come from the Michigan Legislature
Mistakes, ‘inconsistent’ or ‘erroneous’ statements not enough to show ‘fraudulent intent’ in claims for replacement services, wage loss benefits under No-Fault