Category: No-Fault Automobile Insurance

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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 Insurance Claim Form

Under Michigan law, all vehicle owners are required to carry minimum amounts of no-fault insurance. If you are involved in an accident, your no-fault insurance can pay for your medical bills, your lost wages, replacement services, and damage you cause to others’ property. As its name suggests, no-fault benefits are…

Understanding Michigan No-Fault: How the Bills Get Paid

  If you are a Michigan driver, you must carry auto insurance. This insurance includes personal injury protection (PIP), or no-fault insurance coverage. Individuals injured in auto accidents in Michigan must first turn to their PIP insurance to cover many of the bills they incur following a crash. Is Michigan…

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It’s safe to say that ridesharing services have changed the face of transportation in Michigan. When companies like Uber and Lyft came on the scene a decade ago, they were marketed as a convenient commuter option and a safe alternative to drunk driving. They are also valuable services to help…

What to Do After an Auto Accident

The moments after a car accident are often upsetting and disorienting, so you may not know what to do or who to call. Below are recommendations from the auto accident attorneys at Christensen Law. To protect your chance of recovering damages, you must report the crash and start documenting the…