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Michigan No-Fault Insurance Lawsuit Filed Against Affirmative Insurance Company


Our no-fault insurance lawyers in Michigan recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a client injured in a Dearborn car accident.  Our client was driving his car in the City of Dearborn when he was rear-ended by another driver.  His car suffered significant damage in the accident.  Fortunately, he was restrained by his seat belt at the time of the accident.  Despite being restrained, he suffered injuries to his spine and a torn rotator cuff injury in his shoulder.  He was hospitalized and required extensive physical therapy.

Our client’s car was insured by Affirmative Insurance Company at the time of the accident.  As such, the insurance company was responsible for paying all Michigan No-Fault Insurance benefits for accident related injuries.  These include payment of medical bills, prescriptions, household services, attendant care services, medical mileage, and other benefits.    Affirmative Insurance Company has failed to pay all of these benefits.

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The no-fault insurance lawsuit was filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court.  It seeks damages for all unpaid and underpaid benefits from the insurance company.  It also demands attorney’s fees and judgment interest for the unpaid benefits.  No trial date has been set by the court.