Michigan is a No-Fault state. This means that, no matter how an accident happens under most circumstances, your own insurance company will pay for certain benefits. These benefits include:
- Medical Expenses
- Wage Loss
- Household Replacement Services
- Attendant Care Benefits
- Medical Mileage
Insurance companies don’t play by the rules in the great majority of cases. Jeff and Brian have been handling these claims for over 65 years. They have represented literally thousands of automobile accident victims entitled to make a no-fault claim.
No-Fault benefits are a separate and distinct claim from a claim for a bodily injury suffered in an automobile, motorcycle, trucking or pedestrian accident.
The No-Fault law is complicated. Since it was enacted in 1973, the Michigan Courts have handed down hundreds of published decisions that affect the No-Fault Act. It is rare that some major changes to the No-Fault Act don’t occur on an almost annual basis.
If you have been involved in an accident involving an automobile, truck, motorcycle or as a pedestrian, you will be impacted by the Michigan No-Fault Act. You are going to need an attorney that is well versed in these claims.
Note that the No-Fault Act applies even when you are at fault for an accident. You may still be entitled to benefits, even under this circumstance, under the Michigan No-Fault Act.
If you have been involved in an automobile, truck, motorcycle or pedestrian accident, call Malin and Kutinsky.