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Zuker v Michigan Mutual Insurance Company; (COA-UNP, 3/4/1980; RB #293)

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Michigan Court of Appeals; Docket No.43187; Unpublished  
Judges T. M. Burns, Gillis, and Bashara; 2-1 (With J. Gillis dissenting)    
Official Michigan Reporter Citation: Not Applicable; Link to Opinion alt   


STATUTORY INDEXING:  
Exception for Employer Provided Vehicles [§3114(3)]

TOPICAL INDEXING:
Workers Disability Compensation Act (MCL 418.1, et seq.)   


CASE SUMMARY:  
In a 2-1 decision which was issued a few weeks before the Supreme Court's opinion in Mathls v Interstate (item number 292), the Court of Appeals held that a plaintiff injured in an automobile accident in the course of his employment is entitled to receive no-fault personal insurance protection benefits from his employer's carrier even though workers' comp benefits are available. Judge Gillis filed a dissenting opinion consistent with his opinion in the Mathis and Ottenwess decisions.


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