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MIC General Insurance Corporation v Guyer; (COA-UNP, 6/11/1993; RB #1619)


Michigan Court of Appeals; Docket No. 135156; Unpublished  
Judges Neff, Gribbs, and Brennan; Unanimous; Per Curiam   
Official Michigan Reporter Citation:  Not Applicable; Link to Opinion  alt   

Not Applicable

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: Underinsured Motorist Coverage in General  
Underinsured Motorist Coverage: Setoffs Applicable to Underinsured Motorist Cases   

In this unanimous unpublished per curiam Opinion dealing with underinsured coverage, the Court of Appeals found that the decision in Nankervis v Auto Owners Insurance, 198 Mich App 262 (1993) was controlling, and therefore, the insurance company's maximum liability for underinsured coverage was limited to the difference between the insured person's coverage and. the other motorist's coverage. Judge Neff concurred only because she was compelled to follow Nankervis by the Administrative Order 1990-6. Were it not for this Administrative Order, Judge Neff would find the policy ambiguous and would therefore affirm the trial court.  

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