Are we there yet? Traveling by car is a great way to create lasting family memories. Those last-minute items are in the trunk, and the kids are eager to start their adventure. But first, here are some road trip safety tips to help you prepare for the unexpected.Do You Have a Case?
Even a well-prepared and cautious driver can have an accident. And, when it happens in another state, collecting the insurance benefits you deserve can be challenging.
Here is an overview of how Michigan No-Fault works when you are injured out-of-state.
These benefits provide unlimited lifetime coverage of necessary medical expenses resulting from an auto accident. In addition, with certain limitations, victims may be reimbursed for lost wages, attendant care and replacement services such as household help.
A Michigan resident who is injured out of state may receive Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits providing two main requirements are met:
Here are some additional points about receiving No-Fault benefits outside Michigan:
It is possible for Michigan residents who are seriously injured in another state to collect damages for pain and suffering. However, this can be a complex process that involves many factors. For example, in most states, the Michigan resident must prove the other driver was at least 50% at fault. In addition, plaintiffs are subject to the accident and insurance laws in the state where the crash occurred. Therefore, hiring an experienced Michigan accident lawyer to handle your claim will help you achieve the most favorable outcome.
Auto accident law is complicated, but finding the right attorney is simple.
Call 1-800-CALL-SAM today for a free no-obligation consultation.Do You Have a Case?
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