Insurance companies are responsible for paying Michigan No-Fault Insurance Benefits for accident related injuries after an auto accident in Michigan. Benefits include full payment of medical expenses, wage loss, household services, attendant care services, medical mileage, transportation expenses, home modifications, and other great benefits. These benefits are significant in cases involving serious personal injury accidents.
Insurance adjusters are trained to deny claims and to delay payment to the injury victims. Many times, they simply delay as long as possible so that the accident victim misses an important time deadline for filing a lawsuit. When this happens, the claim can be lost forever.
As part of this delay tactic, the insurance adjuster will often send a Reservation of Rights letter to the claimant. This is essentially a letter claiming that the insurance company is reserving the right to deny the claims pending their investigation. Of course, the real purpose of this is to buy some time for the adjuster to figure out a way to avoid paying a legitimate claim.
When this happens, the injured person should contact an experienced no-fault insurance lawyer in Michigan to determine whether this Reservation of Rights is valid or simply just a delay tactic.
Our Michigan No-Fault Insurance lawyers have an excellent track record of success in cases involving the reservation of rights asserted by the insurance company. There are strict time deadlines for filing lawsuits for No-Fault Insurance Benefits. If you miss a deadline, many of your claims will be lost forever.
For a FREE CONSULTATION with one of our experienced Michigan No-Fault Insurance Lawyers, call us at (800) 606-1717.
We handle cases involving Reservation of Rights Letters against all Michigan insurance companies including Allstate, State Farm, AAA, Auto Club of Michigan, Citizens, Titan, Progressive, Grange, Auto Owners, Hastings Mutual, Nationwide, Fremont, Geico, Farmers, Farm Bureau, AIG, Liberty Mutual, GMAC and all other auto insurance companies