Our Michigan motorcycle accident lawyers recently settled a no-fault insurance claim on behalf of a biker injured in a Mendon Township collision. The lawsuit was filed against our client’s own insurance company, State Farm, for their denial of benefits to the injured motorcyclist.
Injuries suffered to our client in the crash included contusions to her arm, left food and chest, and a strained neck and back. Due to the fact that her motorcycle accident involved another vehicle and she did suffer injuries, State Farm was responsible for payment of any no-fault benefits required for her treatment. However, State Farm denied payment of her medical expenses, mileage to and from her medical appointments, as well as payment for approximately 10 days of AC and six months of RS.
State Farm Insurance, as well as any other auto insurance company is obligated to pay no-fault benefits to any insured who suffers injuries related to a motor vehicle accident. Benefits can include full payment of medical expenses, lost wages, household services, attendant care benefits, medical mileage and more.
We filed the lawsuit against State Farm for the unpaid no-fault benefits and were able to attain a settlement for our client. The motorcyclist was able to receive payment of all benefits claimed in the no-fault insurance lawsuit.
The claim originally arose out a rear-end crash. Our client was stopped at an intersection on her bike when she was rear-ended by a vehicle. Rear-ending accidents are often a common cause of serious injury due to the fact that these crashes often happen at high speeds. The unsuspecting car accident victim is not prepared for the collision and often has little or no time to take any action to avoid being hit by another car.
If you or someone you know was injured in a Michigan motorcycle accident that involved another vehicle, and your insurance company denies payment of no-fault benefits for your resulting injuries, you do have legal rights. Call our top rated no-fault insurance attorneys now to learn how we can help you file your claim and get you the benefits you are rightfully entitled to. Insurance company adjusters are trained to deny or underpay your claims. Do not become a victim. Call today at (800) 606-1717 to discuss your case with one of our award winning attorneys. We will explain your legal rights to you and start working on your case immediately gathering the accident report, medical records, and witness statements to prove and win your case.