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Michigan No-Fault Insurance Series, Part 2: Claim Denial

By Lipton Law on September 6, 2011 - No comments

This is the second part in our 5-part blog series that will discuss no-fault insurance in Michigan in further detail. We will be covering important information regarding the benefits of such insurance, the limits of no-fault insurance, what happens when claims are denied, and more. The topic of today’s blog is no-fault insurance claim denials.

Michigan law requires drivers to carry no-fault auto insurance in order to help pay medical bills and other expenses if someone is injured in a car crash. Even when a driver is covered by no-fault insurance benefits they have paid for, however, it may happen that the insurance company will misstate the amount or types of coverage or will refuse to pay the bills for services already received, like emergency medical care. When this happens, it can add unneeded worry to an already stressful situation. It can also delay or prevent necessary medical care, putting you at risk for ongoing medical problems.

To protect yourself and to receive the no-fault insurance benefits to which you’re entitled, it’s important to get insurance information in writing. Do not sign any agreement with the insurance company until you feel confident that it includes the full amount of benefits to which you’re entitled.

If you’re not sure whether your insurance company is treating you fairly or you feel overwhelmed by the process of getting the no-fault benefits you deserve, please don’t hesitate to call the experienced Michigan no-fault claim denial lawyers at Lipton Law. We will help ensure you receive the benefits you have paid for, giving you the time and space you need to recover after an accident. To learn more, call Lipton Law today at 248-557-1688 for a free and confidential consultation.

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