Can I sue Progressive Insurance after a Michigan car accident for no-fault benefits?
Yes. If you were injured in a Michigan car accident and Progressive Insurance Company is not paying your no-fault insurance benefits, or has terminated your benefits, you can file a lawsuit against the insurance company and sue them. Quite often, the insurance company will delay payments and then deny them altogether after sending you to one of their high paid insurance doctors. The adjuster will cut off your benefits after that appointment.
If this happens, you must sue Progressive Insurance company to have those benefits paid and others reinstated. Our Michigan no-fault insurance lawyers regularly file lawsuits against insurance companies in Michigan, including Progressive Insurance. We have a tremendous track record of winning settlements and jury verdicts against no-fault insurance companies and often win attorney’s fees.
If you or someone that you know was injured in a Michigan car accident and Progressive Insurance Company is not treating them fairly, you should contact our law firm today so that we can fight for your rights. There are specific time deadlines for filing lawsuits and suing insurance companies so it is important that you reach out to us as soon as possible. Significant benefits can be lost just by delaying a few days to contact our Michigan no-fault insurance lawyers.
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