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Dewitt Township Car Accident | Clinton County Man Injured

A Dewitt Township car accident involving a salt truck has left a Clinton County man in critical condition.  The accident occurred early morning on December 4, 2008 on U.S. 127 when the driver of an SUV rear-ended a salt truck.  The driver was taken to Sparrow Hospital where he was listed in critical condition.  No other details about the nature of the accident or his injuries were available.  The driver of the salt truck was not injured.

I am sorry this accident happened.  I hope this man is able to experience a full recovery.  Fortunately, no one else was injured.

When a driver rear-ends another car, Michigan law presumes that driver is at-fault.  This will not effect his claim for No Fault benefits in any way.  In fact, under the Michigan No Fault Act, No Fault insurance benefits are available to anyone injured in operating a motor vehicle such as a car, truck, or SUV, regardless of fault.

This man or a family member should file a claim with their No Fault insurance company quickly.  No Fault insurance will pay for all of his medical expenses as well as a portion of his lost wages if he has to miss work because of his injuries.  He may also be able to collect payments for household replacement services and attendant care if his injuries require long-term care.

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