Grand Rapids No-Fault Car Accident Lawyers
Michigan Auto Insurance Claim Attorneys
Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws are complex and difficult to understand. In order to assist you in understanding your rights following an auto accident, the Grand Rapids no-fault car accident attorneys of McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, provide this brief summary of no-fault insurance laws in Michigan.
What Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance Laws Can Do For You
Following an accident, Michigan’s No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act requires each individual’s insurance carrier to provide benefits. These benefits include:
- Compensation for all accident-related medical expenses, including necessary nursing/attendant care
- Lost wages
- Service replacement benefits
- Medical mileage reimbursement
What Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance Laws Won’t Do For You
In exchange for the benefits provided under Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws, injured drivers and passengers are not allowed to sue the at-fault driver unless they have suffered a serious bodily injury, death or serious permanent disfigurement.
How We Can Help
Michigan’s no-fault automobile insurance law involves rules and deadlines for the filing of claims. Without legal assistance, you may lose significant insurance benefits.
We can assist in every step of your no-fault claim. We can also determine whether your injuries or losses meet Michigan’s legal requirements regarding the right to sue the at-fault party for additional compensation. Our car accident lawyers and our support team have handled hundreds of no-fault claims and have recovered numerous significant awards against negligent drivers.
In addition to assisting drivers and consumers, we represent insurance companies involved in no-fault disputes. To discuss your accident case with a lawyer at McDonald Pierangeli Macfarlane, PLLC, call 616-426-9609 or fill out the contact us form on this site.