Michigan No-Fault Insurance Benefits Lawsuit Against Grange Insurance
Our car accident in Michigan lawyers recently filed a Michigan No-Fault lawsuit for a client in the Wayne County Circuit Court against Grange Insurance Company. The case arises out of a multivehicle accident that occurred on the Davison Highway in the city of Detroit. The client was a driver involved in the accident and sustained new injuries, as well as, an aggravation to old injuries. The client had auto insurance coverage with Grange Insurance Company for no-fault insurance benefits.
Grange Insurance denied the accident victim’s Michigan No-Fault benefits based upon its contention that the client’s injuries did not arise out of the car accident and that the treatment was not auto accident related. Prior to the accident the client was actively treating for lower back pain, which was aggravated in the accident; but the client also injured her upper back and neck, which was a new injury. The client is a registered nurse and was actively working prior to the accident, but as a result of the injuries from the accident, has been unable to return to work.
The lawsuit claims that Grange Insurance Companies denial was unreasonable as Grange failed to acknowledge the aggravation to the client’s pre-existing condition, as well as, her new injuries. The suit seeks all unpaid benefits as well as attorney’s fees and interest incurred due to the filing of the lawsuit. No trial date has been set by the court.