What is uncoordinated coverage under the Michigan No-Fault law?
If you have been injured in a Michigan car accident, truck accident, or motorcycle accident and have selected uncoordinated medical coverage or primary medical coverage as your no-fault auto policy, your medical bills may be paid twice. Your health insurer will pay the provider and the no-fault insurer will pay you. Not all health insurances cover medical expenses for car accident injuries. When choosing a health insurer, you should always inspect their policy to establish whether or not they would cover your medical expenses if you were to be injured in a Michigan car accident. 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.
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