Michigan No-Fault Law Literature
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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.
For over 20 Years, our law firm has printed and made available to the Michigan medical community complimentary copies of this booklet. The specific purpose of this booklet is to empower patients and providers with useful knowledge regarding the extensive rights and benefits available under the No-Fault law so that those rights and benefits are protected during dealings with insurance companies.
This booklet highlights important details of the Michigan No-Fault law that every motorcyclist should know and explains how to make sure you receive No-Fault benefits if you are in a motorcycle accident. Under the Michigan No-Fault law, a motorcycle is not considered a motor vehicle; therefore, if you are injured in a motorcycle accident, your right to receive no-fault insurance benefits may be greatly affected, depending on your motorcycle insurance policy. Request a copy to learn more about your rights as a motorcyclist!
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.