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Michigan No Fault Law

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Unless you are driving the car and don’t have insurance, Michigan No Fault Law entitles you to certain benefits. This means that even if you are a pedestrian or bicyclist involved in an accident, Michigan No Fault Law can help. You can get payments including lost wages, household replacement services and medical expenses paid for.

 

While the above is true, Michigan has the some of the strictest laws in the country with regards to collecting in No Fault cases. This means, it is imperative you get an attorney who knows Michigan No Fault Law to assist you. In order to collect Michigan No Fault Benefits, you must show a serious impairment.

 

Some indicators of Serious Impairment:

  • Time off work
  • extreme pain
  • excessive medical visits

 

Time is of the essence!

 

In order to receive Michigan No Fault Benefits you need to file a Application for Benefits with the insurance company within one year from the date the accident occurred.  If you fail to do this, you will lose your rights to obtain benefits.  must complete a written Application for Benefits and submit it to the proper insurance company within one year of the date of the accident. If you do not, you will not be entitled to No Fault Benefits.

 

Unsure if you have a case? You have nothing to lose by calling, and our attorneys are standing by to assist you.  Call 877-I-CAN-WIN today!  Our consultations are always 100% free and we only accept payments on contingency which means we don’t get paid unless YOU WIN.

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