Our Michigan car accident lawyers recently filed a Michigan No-Fault lawsuit for a client in the Wayne County Circuit Court in Detroit, Michigan. The case arises out of an rear-end car accident that occurred in the City of Flint on March 19, 2010. The client was a driver of a motor vehicle struck by a negligent driver who failed to see that our client was at a stop.
The client established a Michigan No-Fault insurance claim through her auto insurance carrier, Auto-Owners Insurance Company. Auto-Owners initially paid many of her benefits; but then failed to reimburse the client for medical expenses; mileage expenses and replacement household services. The client suffered a herniated disc in her neck; shoulder tear; TMJ; and underwent arthroscopic surgery for her shoulder and was entitled to these insurance benefits
Types of Michigan No-Fault Insurance BenefitsThere are several different types of Michigan no-fault insurance benefits you are entitled to receive after suffering injuries in a Michigan car accident. Some of these include:
- Attendant Care Services – Payment of benefits to have an agency or family member provide skilled or unskilled care and supervision to the accident victim during the period of recovery.
- Medical Bills, Prescription Costs, and Expenses Benefits – Payment of lifetime medical expenses, doctor bills, rehabilitation expenses, and prescription expenses for injuries or aggravated in a car accident.
- Wage and Income Loss Benefits – Payment of wages and income for accident victims who are unable to return to their employment due to injuries suffered in motor vehicle accident.
- Survivor’s Loss Benefits – Payment of benefits, including funeral expenses, lost wages, and other to family members of an individual who dies in a motor vehicle accident.
- Medical Mileage Expense Benefits – Payment for travel expenses to and from medical appointments, hospital visits, and physical therapy appointments.