Yes, if you lost a limb, and become an amputee from Michigan car accident, you are entitled to no-fault benefits. In fact, under Michigan law, the amputee is entitled to have all medical bills paid under the no-fault laws if the injuries arose from an accident with a motor vehicle. This includes artificial limbs and prosthetic devices. However, the Michigan car accident victim must have a physician’s order for the device in order to be eligible for payment. In most cases, the treating physician will order the prosthetic device or artificial limb as it is a big part of the recovery and rehabilitation process.
If you or someone you know lost a limb and become an amputee from Michigan car accident, and your insurance company refuses to pay for your artificial limb or prosthetic device, call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced Michigan no-fault insurance lawyers. Our attorneys have experience in these types of cases and have a track record of obtaining payment of medical bills from insurance companies for victims of Michigan car accidents. Call now!