If you are involved in a Michigan auto accident, you are entitled to receive personal injury protection (PIP) benefits from the responsible no-fault insurer (usually this is your own insurance company). However, you should be aware that your auto insurance policy may have a high deductible that applies when you submit a claim for PIP benefits.
Michigan legislators and the Insurance Coalition have proposed changes to Michigan's No-Fault Auto Insurance system that would harm seriously injured accident victims, while benefiting insurance companies. The proposed changes, would significantly reduce benefits for catastrophic claims without any guarantee that Michigan drivers would see a reduction in their rates. Contact your state representative or senator today to have your voice heard.
A common confusion among many clients injured in a Michigan car accident is the difference between these first-party No-Fault benefits that sound similar, but which in reality are distinct.