How much money can I get for my lost wages after a car accident in Michigan?
The Michigan No-fault insurer is required to pay for lost income an injured person would have earned but for your injury in the car accident. If you were scheduled to receive raises, bonuses, etc. the insurance company is required to take those into account. The insurer is not required to compensate for lost fringe benefits. Currently, there is a monthly cap of $ 5,104.00 which is adjusted each year. There is also a three year maximum on this benefit for lost wages after a Michigan auto accident.