Michigan is one of 12 states in the country that have adopted a no-fault auto insurance system. This means that in most cases you end up suing your own insurance company to cover your medical expenses and other out of pocket costs. Most people assume that you are able to simply sue the negligent driver who caused the auto accident. In most states this is true, but not so in Michigan.
Many people come to us and can’t believe they have to sue their own insurance company, so we realize there is still some confusion out there on what type of cases you can bring following your auto accident. This infographic is meant to inform the reader about the different potential cases types under Michigan No-Fault Law and help residents realize how important purchasing auto insurance really is. If you found this useful please share this infographic with your friends and colleagues! For more information regarding no-fault law in Michigan, please visit our auto accident page.
Three Different Auto Accident Case Types Available To Injured Victims
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