Tag: No-Fault wage loss

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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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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September 28, 2017

How can Duggan, Leonard’s No Fault Driver’s Choice Plan work with a $25,000 cap that fails to even cover the average No Fault medical claim or one year of wage loss benefits?

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March 27, 2017

Court: Car insurance policy’s ‘general’ No-Fault fraud exclusion doesn’t apply to car crash victim because she wasn’t ‘a party to, nor an insured’ under policy

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August 3, 2016

Under Michigan’s auto No Fault laws, you can receive compensation for lost wages after a truck wreck Can someone be compensated for time missed from work while they are healing from injuries from a truck accident? The short answer is yes, but not from the trucking company (or the insurance of the trucking company) that …

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August 7, 2015

Here’s my formula as an attorney who handles car accident and No Fault wage loss cases When it comes to Michigan’s No Fault laws, I’ve seen first-hand that the way things are aren’t always the way they were intended when the law was enacted. A perfect example is the way No Fault wage loss benefits …

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August 6, 2015

Formula created by Court Of Appeals in Agnone v. Home-Owners short-changes high-wage earning auto accident victims Wage loss reimbursement is one of the many essential No Fault (also known as PIP) insurance benefits that Michigan auto accident victims are guaranteed under Michigan’s No Fault law. No Fault benefits provide a critical lifeline for many people …

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February 13, 2015

Jones v. Home-Owners Insurance confirms a person must be ‘actively seeking employment’ but also that his ‘unemployed status’ need not be permanent I regularly sit as a case evaluator for several different counties in Michigan, and I see many different types of legal issues in the personal injury cases arise.  But no area of our …

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