However, when it comes to motorcycle accidents and the Michigan no-fault law it can get tricky. This is because under Michigan law a motorcycle is not considered a “motor vehicle.” In addition because no-fault insurance benefits typically come from an automobile insurance policy, in order for an injured motorcyclist to be able to collect no-fault benefits the motorcycle accident must have involved an automobile, such as a car or truck.
To explain the Michigan no-fault law and its relation to motorcycle accident injuries, Senior Partner and Attorney Gerald Acker has recorded this video to help you better understand the law and what you may be entitled to as a Michigan motorcycle accident victim.
The insurance laws in Michigan regarding motorcycle accidents are very complex and require the knowledge of an attorney who understands no-fault law and has significant experience handling motorcycle accident injury cases. Not all lawyers in Michigan know how to handle these cases, and for this reason it is important that the attorney you choose to represent you has significant experience and expertise representing injured motorcyclists against the insurance companies.
At the law firm of Goodman Acker, P.C. our Michigan motorcycle accident attorneys have been helping injured motorcyclists for over 30 years. We understand the insurance laws and specialize in helping victims attain both their no-fault insurance benefit and third party benefits (pain and suffering damages, aka non-economic losses). We represent clients on a trusted no win no fee promise, meaning there is no fees or costs whatsoever until we win or settle your claim, and we have a successful track record of winning the maximum compensation for motorcycle accident victims.
If you or your family member was injured as a result of a Michigan motorcycle accident, contact our top rated law firm today at (248) 286-8100 to discuss your case and learn your rights. Even if you were at fault for the accident, you still may be entitled to benefits. There is no obligation or cost to call our firm and get your questions answered. Call today and find out if you have a claim!