If you have been injured in a Michigan car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident and have selected coordinated medical coverage as your no-fault auto policy, your no-fault auto insurer will pay the medical expenses your health care insurer does not. To receive this medical coverage you must submit your medical bills to your health care insurance or HMO first. Not all health insurances cover medical expenses for car accident injuries. If this is true, and you have coordinated medical coverage, payments will be reduced to $300 in addition to your deductible if any. For more information regarding your rights on Michigan no-fault insurance after a Michigan motor vehicle accident or if your insurance company refuses to pay your benefits, call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with an experienced Michgian no-fault insurance lawyer.
What is coordinated coverage under the Michigan No-Fault law?
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