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Who pays my medical bills after a Michigan hit and run motorcycle accident?

You can get your medical bills paid after a Michigan hit and run motorcycle accident.  Every case is different, however if the motorcyclist had insurance on his/her motorcycle, and assuming the other vehicle involved in the hit and run was a motor vehicle, the motorcyclist could make a claim for medical expenses as part of his/her Michigan No Fault benefits.  If the hit and run owner and operator were never identified, the motorcyclist’s auto insurer would be first in priority to pay these benefits.  If the hit and run vehicle was not a motor vehicle (i.e., not a car or truck), the motorcyclist could make a claim for medical benefits pursuant to his/her own motorcycle insurance policy if he/she had medical payment coverage on his/her policy. 

If you or someone you know suffered injuries in a Michigan hit and run motorcycle accident and you are wondering who must pay your medical bills, call our award winning law firm today at (800) 606-1717.  We will discuss your case with you, determine which insurance company is liable to pay your medical bills and help you file a claim.  We also offer a No Fee Promise which means you are not responsible or liable for any legal fees whatsoever until we win or settle your case.  Call now for a free, no obligation consultation!

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