Our Michigan no fault lawyers lawyers handle cases involving survivor loss benefits throughout the State of Michigan. These are personal injury cases seeking money settlements for victims killed in a Michigan car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, bicycle accident, or pedestrian accident. Michigan Survivor's Loss Benefits include money from the no-fault insurance company for loss of their financial support and loss of household services, as well as payment for a portion of the funeral bill.
Our Recent Survivor Loss Benefit Settlements
We have obtained significant settlements for victims’ families killed in auto accident cases in Michigan. Please note that every case is different and these verdicts and settlements, while accurate, do not represent what we may obtain for you in your case. We have listed some of these settlements below.
- $1,600,000 settlement for a pedestrian victims’ family who was struck and killed by a corporate vehicle. (Lawrence J Buckfire)
- $850,000 Michigan settlement for the family of a young man who drowned in an improperly maintained motel swimming pool. (Lawrence J. Buckfire)
- $425,000 settlement for the estate of a woman in who was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her late husband in Livingston County. Her husband was driving their vehicle and crossed the centerline of the road, causing their untimely death. (Robert J. Lantzy)
- Confidential survivor loss benefit claim settlement against State Farm for two children whose father died in a Flint, Michigan car accident.
These are only a few of the sizeable settlements we have successfully attained for our clients filing survivor loss benefit claims on behalf of their loved ones. To view more of our Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. case results, visit our Michigan settlements and jury verdicts page.
Submitting Your Michigan Survivor Loss Benefit Claim
Your Michigan Survivor's Loss Benefit Claim must be submitted to the insurance adjuster assigned to your claim. To file your survivor's loss claim, you need to submit a copy of the death certificate, as well as a copy of the funeral bill. Additionally, you will be required to present written proof of the loss of financial support and household services.
Time Limit For Your Michigan Survivor Loss Benefit Claim
You should submit your claim for survivor loss benefits as soon as possible following the accident, but claims for survivor loss benefits must be submitted within one year of the date of the accident.
What Is The Value of Your Michigan Survivor Loss Benefit Case
Using the factors listed above, we can evaluate your survivor loss benefit case and discuss with you a realistic settlement range. Of course, we may not know the answers to all of the different factors at the time of our discussion because much may be unknown at the time. That being said, we can tell you if you have a case worth pursuing and what the likelihood is of receiving a settlement for you case.
Contact Your Michigan Survivor Loss Benefit Lawyer
For more information regarding your rights on Michigan survivor loss benefits or if your insurance company has terminated your benefits, call us now at (800) 606-1717 to speak with one of our Michigan No Fault Insurance Lawyers about your case, or simply submit this contact form and we will get back to you quickly.