There are several factors to consider whether you are entitled to Michigan no-fault insurance benefits if you were injured in a single vehicle rollover car accident. First, it depends on whether you were the driver or passenger in the vehicle. If you were an injured passenger, you are always entitled to no-fault insurance benefits regardless of whether you had your own auto insurance policy. Under Michigan law, there will be an insurance company responsible for paying those benefits.
If you were the driver of the vehicle and had your own auto insurance policy in effect at the time of the accident, you will be entitled to receive no-fault insurance benefits even if the accident was your own fault. If you were the owner of the vehicle and did not have an auto insurance policy, you will not be entitled to receive those benefits.