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State Farm No-Fault Insurance Verdict in Michigan

A Michigan jury hammered State Farm Insurance Company for more than $700,000 in a Michigan No-Fault Insurance lawsuit.  This case was a classic example of the insurance company fraudulently refusing to pay claims to the victim of a serious auto accident and significantly underpaying claims that it did pay.  State Farm underpaid a family member for attendant care services and refused to pay a brain injury treatment center for medical services provided to the injured patient. 

As usual, the insurance company hired several doctors to perform medical examinations on the accident victim and give testimony that the injuries were not related to the accident and were not necessary.  These insurance company doctors make a fortune in fees from large insurance companies to terminate benefits for accident and injury victims.  The jury apparently saw these "bought and paid for" doctors for the frauds that they were and understood that the insurance company was unreasonable in refusing to make payments.
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