The new changes to the Michigan No Fault Act does not require you to buy medical coverage. You still have to buy insurance for your vehicle to legally drive it on the road, but the insurance companies have lobbied long and hard to reduce their exposure for medical bills resulting from car accidents. Under the […]
At Macomb Injury Lawyers, we understand that most people have not been personally involved in a lawsuit before. That is why our experienced attorneys are here to put your mind at ease and guide you through it every step of the way. In that spirit, below are some FAQs about what you can expect in […]
I’ve Been Subpoenaed for a Deposition. What Is It? In short, a deposition is a question and answer session given under oath. It is the opportunity for attorneys to speak on the record with witnesses involved in a case about what he or she knows – including you. Do I have to Appear for […]
Michigan law is clear that for an at-fault driver to be liable for noneconomic damages (pain and suffering) to a car accident victim, the injured person must have “suffered death, serious impairment of body function, or permanent serious disfigurement.” Whether an injured person falls into one of the latter two prongs often requires an […]
This is one of the most frequently asked questions we get and there really is not easy answer. For lawyers who practice in this area we know that the law requires us to get over two hurdles. The first is: Was the other person at least 51% at fault? The law requires that […]
At Macomb Injury Lawyers, we understand that even the idea of a lawsuit can be stressful and that most people have not gone through the complex and lengthy proceedings of civil litigation for personal injuries. To help you further understand the process and put your mind at ease, here are some frequently asked questions about […]
Your Auto Insurance Company Is Liable for the Bills In general, under the Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) portion of your automobile insurance policy, your auto insurer is “liable to pay benefits for accidental bodily injury arising out of the ownership, operation, maintenance or use of a motor vehicle.” Among those benefits are payment of […]
Who Pays My Benefits if I’m Involved in an Accident? In general, under the Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) portion of your automobile insurance policy, your auto insurer is “liable to pay benefits for accidental bodily injury arising out of the ownership, operation, maintenance or use of a motor vehicle.” What is an […]
If you have sustained an accidental bodily injury arising out of the ownership, operation, maintenance or use of the motor vehicle as a motor vehicle, your auto insurance company is liable to pay benefits. Even if you are at fault for the accident, you are still entitled to have those benefits such as medical bills, […]
MICHIGAN NO-FAULT INSURANCE: THE BASICS Automobile Insurance is Required Under the Law Under Michigan’s No-Fault Act, every owner of a motor vehicle in Michigan is required to maintain certain automobile insurance coverage. In fact, it is ILLEGAL to be operating or allowing someone else to operate your car that isn’t covered by automobile […]
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