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Yeider v State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company; (COA-UNP, 5/14/1990; RB #1368)

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Michigan Court of Appeals; Docket No. 114564; Unpublished  
Judges Weaver, Gillis, and Cavanagh; Unanimous; Per Curiam  
Official Michigan Reporter Citation:  Not Applicable; Link to Opinion alt   


STATUTORY INDEXING:  
Entitlement to PIP Benefits: Arising Out of / Causation Requirement [§3105(1)]  
Work Loss Benefits: Nature of the Benefit [§3107(1)(b)]

TOPICAL INDEXING: 
Not Applicable   


CASE SUMMARY:  
In this unanimous per curiam Opinion, the Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s finding that plaintiff was not entitled to work loss benefits under the No-Fault Act because he already suffered from a work-related lower back condition that made him unable to work on the date of the motor vehicle accident.  

The Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court's decision requiring plaintiff to reimburse no-fault benefits plus interest.  


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