No Fault Law

by Jonathan Jilek on Jan. 04, 2012

Accident & Injury Accident & Injury  Personal Injury Accident & Injury  Car Accident 

Summary: Automatic benefits are available for Michigan residents injured in automobile collisions.

Michigan residents need to understand the basics of the Michigan No Fault Act.  The Michigan No Fault Act provides automatic benefits for individuals injured in automobile collisions.  These automatic benefits include, lifetime medical benefits, wage loss benefits for up to three years, replacement services and attendant care services.  Contact if you have questions about no fault benefits. 

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