Yes, the insurance company is responsible for paying for attendant care service benefits for a closed injury resulting from a Michigan car accident. Payment can either be made to a home care agency, a person selected by the patient, or a family member providing the services. In fact,, attendant care service benefits are actually a part of the medical benefits provided under the No-Fault laws in Michigan. For brain injury victims, services often include assistance with medications, assistance with activities of daily living, monitoring, and supervision.
At the law firm of Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. our Michigan car accident lawyers have a reputable reputation for ability and integrity in the legal profession. We represent clients suffering all types of injuries related to an auto accident and offer a No Fee Promise to our injured clients, meaning there are no legal fees or costs until we prove and win your case.
If your loved one suffered a closed head injury in a Michigan car accident, and the insurance company has refused to pay for attendant care services, call our top rated closed head injury lawyers now at (800) 606-1717. We can help you file your Michigan car accident claim and ensure that the insurance company pays for attendant care services.