Our no-fault insurance lawyers recently settled a lawsuit against Allied Insurance Company for a woman who suffered injuries in a Michigan auto accident. She injured her neck when she was rear-ended by another vehicle.
Her claims for insurance benefits were being paid until she was evaluated by an insurance company doctor for an independent medical examination. The insurance company doctor recommends that her benefits be terminated and she was cut off by Allied Insurance Company.
We filed a lawsuit against the insurance company alleging that the termination of benefits was improper. We argued that the insurance company doctor was biased towards the insurance company. We were able to obtain a settlement in the amount of $34,000 for past due no-fault insurance benefits as well as attorney's fees. The case was settled prior to a trial.
If you or someone you know was injured in a Michigan auto accident and the insurance company cut off your benefits due to an examination done by an insurance company doctor, call our top rated no-fault insurance attorneys now at (800) 606-1717. Our lawyers have significant experience in these types of cases and have attained no-fault benefits to victims who previously had their benefits cut off. We can do the same for you. Call today!