Category: Car Accident

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Should I Sue for a Minor Car Accident

You should sue for a minor car accident if it injured you and you now have significant medical expenses. However, in Michigan, you must exhaust your No-Fault insurance coverage before seeking compensation from a liable party. Below, we explain more about personal injury lawsuits and how to pursue financial recovery…

Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accident Bills?

Health insurance will cover car accident bills for medical treatment if you have coordinated No-Fault insurance. Health insurance will also cover medical bills exceeding your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. Below, you can learn about health and auto insurance in Michigan and how you can recover compensation after a motor…

car accident on the road that needs settlement

There is no reliable average settlement figure for car accidents. The details of each case are so drastically different that providing an average figure would be deceiving. Instead, you should get a personal valuation of your damages. A car accident lawyer can complete that valuation for you. Factors That May…

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If it is taking longer than you expected to get a car accident settlement, you deserve an explanation. Your car accident case is taking so long to settle for many reasons, as these cases are often complex. Insurance companies’ negotiating tactics, unclear damages, and disputes about your car accident can…

Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents

The statute of limitations for car accidents in Michigan is three years, according to Michigan Compiled Laws § 600.5805. The clock on your personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit starts at the time of the crash or your loved one’s passing. You have one year to sue for No-Fault insurance…

Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance Byline: Stephanie Arndt, Appellate Specialist For decades, Michigan was one of the only states that provided victims of automobile accidents with comprehensive, lifetime benefits if they were injured in a motor vehicle accident. For individuals who sustained catastrophic or permanent injuries, this was an important benefit. It…

car-accident

A car accident can turn your life upside down in an instant. You might feel dazed, in shock, or panicked in the immediate aftermath of the crash. Feeling confused and unsure of your next steps is normal, particularly if you suffered serious injuries in the collision. Protecting your health and…

Reimbursement for a Rental Car

If your vehicle was damaged in a car accident in Michigan, you might need a rental car while it’s getting repaired or you’re shopping for a new one. Repairs or replacements take time, and you’ll still need a way to commute, get to doctor’s appointments, and get around in the…

Uninsured car accident

You’ve been hit by an uninsured driver in Michigan. Now what?   Most Michiganders involved in collisions can turn to their no-fault insurance policies to cover their medical bills and lost wages. But no-fault benefits aren’t always enough to cover the full extent of your losses after a serious wreck. Keep…