Tag: PLPD

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July 8, 2017

Check your car insurance policy before saying yes to optional coverage at the rental car counter, as you may already have collision protection secured

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June 5, 2017

Auto accident attorney shares how car crash victims can protect against car insurance company policy traps, captive agents, low-ball settlement offers and pushy adjusters

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March 1, 2016

Why you should elect primary PIP on your car insurance Yesterday, I wrote about Allstate’s new $10,000 deductible on No Fault medical benefits. It’s the result of the Michigan Legislature removing the $300 maximum medical deductible from the No Fault Act a few years ago. And now, we’re starting to see auto insurance companies introducing …

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July 15, 2015

I recently wrote a blog post about PLPD insurance and I received an interesting question from a motorcycle owner in response: Q. How does Michigan motorcycle insurance come into play with PLPD? I have a car with “standard cheapest insurance” and am going to buy a bike [motorcycle], how does this play into my insurance? …

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July 3, 2015

When it comes to rental car insurance coverage, sometimes paying a little extra can prevent huge financial losses after a car crash on vacation This is the time of year when rental car counters are lined up with people going out of town for the Fourth of July weekend. And as an auto accident attorney, …

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April 20, 2015

As an auto accident attorney, I often receive questions about car insurance, and how it works after a crash involving injury or property damage. Today I’m sharing a common question about what to do when you’ve been involved in an automobile accident and the other driver’s insurance company contacts you asking for money. Hope this …

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March 25, 2015

Some practical ways to lower the cost of auto insurance for all of us Last week, I wrote about my plan to reduce the cost of auto insurance in Michigan. I believe my 14-step No Fault “Action Plan ” would preserve auto No Fault insurance for people who have been injured in car accidents and …

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February 5, 2015

HB 4032 sets liability, No Fault & PPI requirements for app-based ride-sharing services like Uber Uber is the leading app-based ride-sharing service.  Recently, more focus  has  been directed at the questionable  auto insurance coverage and liability insurance protection that Uber provides for drivers and passengers. The issues become even more complicated in a No Fault …

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January 29, 2015

This week, I wrote about PLPD insurance, clarifying what it covers – and what it doesn’t. “PLPD,” which means “Personal Liability and Property Damage,” provides nothing more than No Fault coverage and liability and property damage at minimal policy limits. I received a follow-up question on PLPD relating to car damage and theft that I …

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