Our Michigan car accident lawyers recently filed a first party Michigan No-Fault Insurance lawsuit for a client in the Oakland County Circuit Court. The case arises out of Allstate Insurance Company’s failure to pay for therapeutic yoga for several car accidents victims. The yoga therapy was a part of the patients overall rehabilitation program and was prescribed by physicians.
Under Michigan law, the insurance company must pay for all necessary and reasonable medical expenses for injuries in a car accident. This law is in fact one of most generous medical expense provision of any no-fault insurance statute in the United States. In order for the victim to receive payment for his or her medical bills it must be medically established that the injuries arose from an accident with a motor vehicle. In many circumstances, the injury victim can receive these benefits even if he or she did not own a car or have a no-fault insurance policy.
The law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire has filed a lawsuit on behalf of the healthcare provider to recover payment for the medical services rendered. The case seeks payment of all unpaid bills along with attorney’s fees and costs. No trial date has been set by the court.
If you or a family member suffer injuries in a Michigan motor vehicle accident, call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced expert car accident lawyers. Our car accident legal team will determine if you are entitled to payment of medical expenses and which insurance company will be required to pay your medical bills and expenses. We will then assist you in submitting your bills timely so that they meet the required deadlines under the Michigan car accident laws.