Yes, a parent can be paid for providing attendant care services to child injured in a Michigan car accident. Michigan law permits family members to provide and get paid for the attendant care services they provide to their relative. A parent is legally obligated to supervise and monitor their children, however when a child suffers serious injuries in a car accident, those duties increase substantially, and the parent that provides the attendant care services can be paid.
Often times, when a child is injured in a Michigan car accident, and a family member provides the attendant care services, the insurance company will deny payment or not pay the proper amount. To determine whether or not you should be paid for the services performed or whether or not the insurance company is paying you the proper rate for the attendant care services provided to your child, call our top rated attendant care child injury attorneys now at (800) 606-1717.