A Close Look at MI’s No-Fault Laws
Our Detroit Personal Injury Attorneys Explain
At Goodman Acker P.C., our legal team assists individuals who have suffered
injuries and economic loss due to the negligent actions of another person
or party. As a Michigan-based law firm, a lot of the cases and questions
we receive have to do with no-fault issues, which our clients struggle
to understand or navigate. As a no-fault state, Michigan requires that
all drivers carry no-fault insurance so that in the event of an accident,
all drivers first turn to their insurance company to cover their own-accident
While this seems pretty straightforward, many Michiganders experience trouble
and confusion after being injured in an accident. If you are having trouble
with a no-fault issue, we are here to guide you through the state’s
no-fault laws. Let us help you protect your rights under the state’s
Need guidance? Call us at (248) 793-2010 for your free consultation.
Understanding Personal Injury Protection Benefits
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits refer to the benefits you are
entitled to under your personal no-fault insurance policy. These PIP benefits,
or first-party benefits, can be obtained within one year of your accident.
Our firm can help you file an Application for No-Fault benefits or assist
you in the event your claim is denied or if your insurance company abruptly
stops paying you benefits.
Under your no-fault insurance, you may be eligible to receive the following benefits:
Follow the links above for more information on each topic. Each case is
different, so be sure to consult with an attorney at our firm.
free consultation when you call (248) 793-2010.