Michigan No-Fault Law Literature
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For more than 60 years, the attorneys at the Sinas Dramis Law Firm have fought to protect the rights of injured individuals. This free booklet provides consumers, medical providers, and auto accident victims with useful information about the extensive rights and benefits available under Michigan’s new auto no-fault law. These include no-fault PIP benefits, as well as liability claims against at-fault drivers.
As Michigan consumers face many new options and decisions they’ve never had to make before regarding no-fault and liability coverages, our attorneys created “Making Smart Choices: A Summary Guide to the New Auto No-Fault Law” to help you make informed decisions. This free guide walks you through your new options, including PIP coverage levels, the need for increased liability coverage, umbrella policies, and more, so you can best protect yourself and your family.
In 2019, the Michigan Legislature passed vast and sweeping changes to the Michigan No-Fault Insurance Law and the Michigan Insurance Code. This legislation fundamentally changes how the Michigan no-fault insurance system operates. Moreover, the number of people who will be covered with no-fault personal injury protection insurance (PIP) benefits will be significantly reduced and PIP claims will be subject to monetary caps. This outline summarizes the content of this extensive and complex legislation.
Written by attorney Stephen H. Sinas, this comprehensive paper provides an overview of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), the Michigan No-Fault Law, and how they intersect. This paper will clear up a number of misconceptions about the services that are provided under the No-Fault Act and whether and to what extent they are available under the Affordable Care Act, as well as explain how Obamacare may impact the Michigan auto insurance system.