Michigan is a no-fault state and has some of the most expensive car insurance rates. In an attempt to reduce the financial burden on policy-holders, lawmakers in Michigan have been enacting reforms to the no-fault car insurance policy over the last few years, and new changes are coming down the pike starting July 1, 2021. […]Learn More
As you probably know by now, Michigan has recently undergone a massive change in the way auto insurance works. You must now choose from one of the following protection levels to receive no-fault medical benefits for your auto insurance policy issued or renewed after July 1, 2020: $50,000 in medical coverage $250,000 in medical coverage $500,000 in […]Learn More
As of July 1, 2020, all Michigan drivers and their insurance policies are affected by the state’s new no-fault auto insurance law. It’s important to be aware of how this new law will impact you if you or someone you love is injured in a car accident. Keep reading to learn more about Michigan’s new no-fault […]Learn More
You may be surprised to learn that the state of Michigan has recently enacted a no-fault insurance law. This means that as of July 1, 2020, every driver and their insurance policy will be impacted, in addition to individuals hurt in car accidents, including bicyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, and more. Since these changes affect insurance policies, it’s […]Learn More
When considering how injury victims are compensated, there are many different laws, coverage plans, and other elements that can impact how a case is resolved. In Michigan, drivers who are involved in car accidents are covered by no-fault insurance plans. The state also has comparative negligence laws in place, which permit the reduction of compensation for plaintiffs who are […]Learn More
A car accident causes extensive financial distress. Injury victims and their families must pay for medical bills, the cost of repairing a vehicle, and other expenses. In addition to the financial damages caused by a car accident, collisions also cause pain and suffering. “Pain and suffering” is a legal term that describes the emotional distress, inconvenience, and […]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
Our client, a Detroit resident and working mother of 2 children, was riding as a passenger in her own mother’s car when an unfortunate accident occurred on the I-94 Expressway in Kalamazoo. At or near the 078D ramp, our client’s mother lost control of the car, sending it into another motor vehicle. As a result […]Learn More
In the context of a car accident, state laws either follow “at-fault” or “no-fault” statutes. These principles determine how the cost of damages are paid in the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision. In an at-fault state, people who are injured in a crash must prove that another party was liable for the incident to recover […]Learn More
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