Motorcycle accidents tend to be much more severe than their passenger vehicle counterparts, no matter what types of roads the crashes occur on. Continue reading to learn where motorcycle accidents tend to occur. Types of Roads Where Motorcyclists Tend to Crash When it comes to fatal motorcycle accidents, certain types of roads see more crashes […]Learn More
In order to better understand which vehicles are represented here, the following are included when referring to motorcycles: Two- or three-wheeled motorcycles Off-road motorcycles Mopeds Scooters Minibikes Pocket bikes Due to the nature of motorcycles, they’re not nearly as crashworthy as their closed-vehicle counterparts. Additionally, they’re not as easily seen by other drivers and require […]Learn More
Michigan’s overhaul of their no-fault system is taking effect July 1, impacting all local drivers and their insurance policies. One of the many areas of insurance that will be affected is the independent medical examination, which insurers utilize to their advantage. Under the old law, insurers could have any physician of their choosing evaluate claimants, […]Learn More
Starting in July, all Michigan drivers will be affected by a new auto insurance reform law, which will bring about a number of new changes. Because drivers will no longer be required to have unlimited medical coverage, there are countless options available for those seeking to purchase auto insurance coverage. As a result, some may […]Learn More
Michigan’s new no-fault law, which will go into effect starting July 1, will affect all motorists, including motorcyclists. However, many motorcyclists are concerned that the law will pose new challenges that leave them vulnerable in the wake of their accidents. Under Michigan’s old no-fault law, motorcyclists who are injured in car accidents can acquire benefits […]Learn More
While Michigan’s new auto insurance law, which will officially be enacted on July 1, impacts all drivers when it comes to insurance policies, pedestrians will be affected, too. Under Michigan’s no-fault statute, pedestrians who are injured in car accidents can collect benefits including medical expenses, lost wages for up to three years, replacement service expenses […]Learn More
Though Michigan’s new auto insurance law will affect all car drivers and their insurance policies starting July 1, it will also play a role in the lives of bicyclists who are injured in accidents. While bicycle accidents can occur between bikers or involve pedestrians, the reality is that many bicycle accidents involving negligence also involve […]Learn More
On July 1, 2020, a new law will go into effect that allows drivers in Michigan to choose their own no-fault Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance plan, which was previously fixed. While many people welcome this change and the potential savings it will bring, there are some downsides. One of those includes a new cap […]Learn More
On May 30, 2019, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill into law aimed at reducing insurance costs for Michigan’s motorists. The new insurance coverage options granted by the bill officially go into effect on July 1, 2020. Michigan drivers must now choose one of the following levels of protection to receive no-fault medical benefits for […]Learn More
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