This month internal documents stemming from Advantage Claims Excellence
(A.C.E.) program about State Farm were released due to a protective order
in the Michigan courtroom. The documents allegedly state in writing that
State Farm has a motive for profits over their auto insured clients. In
fact, according to these documents, State Farm allegedly admitted that
they do not pay reasonable and necessary benefits to their insured for
the injuries they suffered in an automobile accident. It is believed that
documents such as these have never been released throughout the United
States nor been subject to a protective order in an auto accident case.
Under Michigan law, victims injured in a car accident, regardless of who
was at fault, may be entitled to reimbursement from their insurance company
for reasonable and necessary benefits, such as medical bills, attendant
care services (in-home nursing care), replacement services and more.
Unfortunately more often than not, insurance companies such as State Farm
are known for either denying payment of no-fault benefits to auto injury
victims and/or cutting off payment. If this happens to you, your only
recourse is to file a lawsuit against the insurance company to recover
unpaid expenses and benefits.
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our
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are ready, willing, and able to assist you if State Farm or any other type
of auto insurance company has denied or cut off payment. Our attorneys
have over 30 years of experience representing victims and will seek full
payment of all benefits which you are entitled to under Michigan Law,
but also interest, penalty interest, and attorney fees wrongfully incurred.
If you or someone you know has been injured in an auto accident, and needs
help submitting their
no-fault insurance claims
or is having trouble with the insurance company with denial of claims,
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