Tag: No-Fault wage loss

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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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September 9, 2017

Starting October 1, 2017, the monthly maximum a car accident victim can recover in No-Fault lost wages will be $5,541 – an $89 increase from the 2016-17 wage loss rate

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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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March 3, 2017

The No Fault Law specifically states that No Fault benefits ‘for loss of income are not taxable’; non-taxable nature reduces payments to 85% of actual wages; tax implications of a pain and suffering compensation settlement?   Tax time is coming and, along with it, comes the questions that our auto accident attorneys receive from many …

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September 27, 2016

The new maximum wage loss rate that a car accident victim can recover increases $54 to $5,452 per month on October 1, 2016 What will be the most that a Michigan auto accident victim can receive in monthly No Fault wage loss benefits for 2015-16? “[T]he new work loss … benefit payable, effective October 1, …

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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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