- January 26, 2015
- Car Accidents
- Personal Injury
On January 20, 2014, our client was injured in an auto accident in Auburn Hills, Michigan that resulted in multiple serious injuries. Our client was travelling southbound on Lapeer Road at the intersection of Harmon Road when another vehicle hit his car. As a result of his injuries, he has incurred several expenses including medical bills, attendant care (in-home nursing care), wage loss, replacement services (household chores), and out of pocket expenses and mileage to and from medical appointments.
In provision of the Michigan No-Fault act, auto accident victims are entitled to the no-fault insurance benefits deemed necessary for their recovery and their insurance company is responsible to pay for them. Our client had his vehicle insured under an Auto Club Insurance policy.
However, even though our client requires such benefits and has provided reasonable proof to his insurance company for payment of these benefits, AAA Insurance has failed, refused and neglect to pay our client.
AAA Insurance failure and/or refusal to pay the no-fault insurance benefits continuously and on-going has caused our client to incur allowable expenses.
Our Michigan car accident lawyers have filed a no-fault insurance lawsuit on behalf of the auto accident victim seeking reimbursement for past benefits denied, as well as payment of all future no-fault benefits he requires.
We are seeking payment on all above mentioned benefits - medical expenses, medical mileage, wage loss benefits, replacement services, and attendant care benefits, as well as penalty interest. The amount of expenses we are seeking from AAA Insurance Company exceeds the sum of $25,000.00.
For more information on no-fault insurance lawsuits, or if you or your family member was injured in an Michigan auto accident and the insurance company has denied you the no-fault benefits you deserve call our top rated car accident lawyers today at (248) 286-8100. We offer a free, no obligation consultation where we will answer all of your questions and determine if you are eligible to file a no-fault insurance claim. Call now to get the advice and help you need!