Our Michigan auto accident attorneys recently filed a lawsuit for a 69 year old client who suffered serious injuries as she was entering her husband’s motor vehicle in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Our client was leaving William Beaumont Hospital and had been taken in a wheelchair to the curb outside awaiting her husband to pick her up in his car. As she was in the process of getting into the car from the wheelchair she fell back onto the cement and suffered serious injuries.
Under Michigan's No Fault law, as our client’s husband was a named insured on the Frankenmuth Mutual Insurance policy that insured the motor vehicle on the date of the accident, Frankenmuth is responsible to provide our client with payment of Michigan No Fault benefits, which include payment of medical expenses, wage loss, attendant care and replacement services as necessary and as incurred as a result of the accident. The lawsuit seeks payment of attendant care and replacement service benefits from the insurance company.
Our client suffered serious injuries which included a fractured right tibia and fibula. Her treatment included casting of her leg and multiple sessions of physical therapy and rehabilitation.
The Michigan No Fault lawsuit seeks damages for the attendant care and replacement services rendered by our client’s friends and family to assist her after the accident. The case was filed in the Wayne County Circuit Court in Detroit, Michigan. No trial date has been set by the court.
If you or someone you know suffers injuries involving a motor vehicle, and are denied no-fault benefits, call our top rated Michigan auto accident attorneys to discuss your case. We will explain your legal rights and determine whether or not you are eligible to receive no-fault benefits from your insurance company. Call now at (800) 606-1717. We will represent you under our No Fee Promise, which means no legal fees or costs until we win or settle your case.