Tag: Michigan No Fault Benefits

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November 5, 2018

What happens when a Michigan resident is injured in a car crash out of state? Our No-Fault insurance attorneys advise an Arizona lawyer on how to protect a car crash victim from an insurer’s right of reimbursement over pain and suffering damages or award

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October 15, 2018

Under the widow penalty, insurance companies charge women as much as 200% more; HB 5111 will stop women from being discriminated against by auto insurers

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August 23, 2018

HB 6100 creates illusory coverage because too many people can’t pay a $50,000 PIP deductible; vital medical care delayed and denied; the hidden trap of auto exclusions in health insurance policies; auto insurance companies who refuse to pay No Fault benefits; medical care denied

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July 23, 2018

Bazzi v. Sentinel ruling stops auto insurance companies from automatically denying No-Fault benefits to blameless car crash victims based on fraud by an insured

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December 19, 2017

Court calls Titan Insurance’s excuses for not promptly paying auto No Fault benefits to a military veteran after a car crash ‘unreasonable’ and ‘untenable’

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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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November 9, 2017

You could lose the right to collect No Fault insurance benefits and even the right to sue an at-fault driver who injures you in a car wreck if you continuously possess, drive and maintain a car that you drive

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October 23, 2017

Uncertainty of payment and insurer harassment under Duggan-Leonard-Theis No Fault plan will scare doctors away from treating injured auto accident victims

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October 19, 2017

Duggan-Leonard-Theis auto No Fault reform plan sets new hurdles for auto lawyers to prove owed No Fault PIP benefits are overdue; easier for insurers to deny valid claims to consumers; makes it harder for lawyers to sue and bring lawsuits for legally owed and overdue PIP benefits

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