injured in a Michigan automobile accident are entitled to receive no-fault insurance benefits from their auto insurance
company. When the insurance company denies payment of benefits the only
recourse a victim can take to collect payment is to file a no-fault insurance
lawsuit against their own insurance company.
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our
Michigan no-fault insurance lawyers help accident victims every day file claims against the insurance company
to collect the no-fault benefits they are rightfully entitled to. One
of our most recent cases is for a client who is a resident of Hamtramck.
Detroit Vehicle Accident Causes Serious Injuries
The lawsuit arises out of a car accident that occurred on April 15, 2014.
Our client was driving southbound on Connor at the intersection of Shoemaker
Road in the City of Detroit when he was involved in a collision with another
motor vehicle. He was slowing for the light at the intersection when a
semi-truck rear-ended his vehicle.
As a result of the crash, he suffered several bodily injuries, including
head, neck and back injuries that required treatment. He was also unable
to work due to the injuries, required in-home care and help around the
Our client did have a no-fault insurance policy with Farmers Insurance.
Under the term’s and conditions of his insurance policy, Farmers
is obligated to pay for the certain expenses related to his car accident
injuries and in accordance with the Michigan no-fault law.
Farmers Insurance Acts In Bad Faith
A no-fault claim was filed with Farmers, however Farmers has refused to
pay for his no-fault benefits. Benefits that have incurred include medical
bills, payment for attendant care (in-home nursing care), wage loss benefits
for income lost due to time off of work, payment for replacement services
or household services, and mileage expenses to and from medical appointments.
Since Farmers has neglected to pay, our Michigan no-fault insurance lawyers
filed a claim against them to collect payment of all benefits. The amount
in controversy exceeds the sum of $25,000.00.
We filed the claim in Wayne County Circuit Court and will be seeking reimbursement
from past costs and all future costs that may incur.
It is important that victims injured in any type of
motor vehicle accident do not wait to submit a claim for no-fault insurance benefits or sue the
insurance company for denied benefits. Waiting too long due to Michigan’s
strict time limitations could mean the difference between receiving payment
or not collecting any compensation whatsoever.
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our Michigan no-fault insurance
lawyers help accident victims file their claims and represent them if
they are denied by the insurance company. We have over 30 years of experience
helping those injured in a car accident and we can do the same for you.
We have a track record of successful settlements and verdicts for our
clients and guarantee personal attention to each and every case we accept.
Best of all, we offer a trusted
no win no fee promise, which means no fees or costs whatsoever until we win or settle your claim.
Call today at
(248) 793-2010 to get
free legal advice on your claim. We offer a
free, no obligation case review where we can answer your questions and discuss the filing process with you.