Under Michigan law, a victim injured in a Michigan auto accident is entitled to have all medical bills paid under the no-fault insurance laws if the injuries arose from an accident with a motor vehicle. Typically, the auto insurance company or the Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility (MAIPF) will pay these bills. Even if the injured car accident victim did not have their own a vehicle or have a no-fault insurance policy, they still may be entitled to get their medical bills paid for.
However, insurance adjusters are notorious for playing games with your benefits. Perhaps you were told that your no fault insurance claim was never received, that you did not submit proper documentation, or that you were not entitled to be reimbursed for a benefit. You may have even been underpaid for a service provided on your behalf. They want to frustrate you until you quit trying.
The Michigan No-Fault system can be complicated so it is best that you talk to an experienced attorney at Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. that knows the legal system. Our firm has represented auto accident injury victims and their families for over 40 years throughout the State of Michigan, and has the knowledge, expertise, and experience in handling No-Fault insurance lawsuits.
For more information regarding payment of medical bills after a Michigan auto accident, call our office now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our experienced no-fault insurance lawyers. We will discuss your case with you and help you submit your claim correctly so that you receive the eligible no-fault benefits you are entitled to. There are strict time limitations of submitting a claim for payment of medical bills, so it is very important that you contact an experienced Michigan attorney immediately after the injuries in your auto accident to ensure your medical bills get paid. Call today!