Tag: No-Fault replacement services

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November 14, 2017

Be warned — submitting false replacement services forms will forfeit a car crash victim from receiving Michigan auto No Fault benefits

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October 27, 2017

Insurance-backed Republicans on committee betting that promises of savings in bill will be too tempting for full House to resist

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October 13, 2017

Comparing one woman’s spinal cord injury under Michigan No Fault to one in California shows why Michigan’s auto No Fault law is worth preserving

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March 20, 2017

Auto accident victims have right under No-Fault to hire their own case manager, and insurers’ duty to pay for ‘services’ doesn’t let them demand who provides it

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August 8, 2012

Dissenting justice calls out activist Republican majority for flip-flopping on auto accident victims’ rights to excess replacement services In the Michigan Supreme Court’s July 30, 2012, ruling in Johnson v. Recca, Justice Diane M. Hathaway has highlighted a remarkable contradiction on the part of her activist Republican colleagues, Chief Justice Robert P. Young Jr. and …

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August 1, 2012

Last week, our attorneys blogged about how often car accident victims get the No-Fault attendant care and replacement services benefits confused with each other – and how often insurance company claims adjusters only inform their own customers about replacement services, failing to inform them about attendant care benefits entirely. As I’ve said before, these benefits …

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July 25, 2012

Learn about two important No-Fault insurance benefits for injured auto accident victims in Michigan It’s easy to get these two important No-Fault benefits confused.  Often, when I appear in Court at case evaluation on a very significant lawsuit involving attendant care benefits, I have to even start off educating the lawyers serving on the panel …

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January 17, 2012

No-Fault lawyer explains that Michigan PIP benefits pay for a ‘replacement’ to perform tasks and chores that an auto accident victim would have performed An injured Michigan resident who is hurt in an auto accident may not be able to perform normal household chores and tasks, such as shoveling snow. But Michigan No-Fault PIP “replacement …

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January 4, 2012

Michigan No-Fault attorneys say for seriously injured auto accident victims, attendant care nursing services are essential There is more confusion over what attendant care is then over any other Michigan personal injury protection (PIP) benefit. Many people think of attendant care as in-home nursing services. But the definition I’ve been using when explaining attendant care …

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