Insurers may have a new defense for plaintiffs seeking Michigan PIP benefits after driving without a license and sustaining injuries in a motor vehicle accident.
What would Willie Nelson think is a responsible amount of automobile No-Fault insurance coverage in Michigan?
Investigating a policyholder’s background can aid insurance providers in making decision to rescind coverage, when appropriate, during litigation.
Insurers must place appropriate denials to avoid health care expenses stemming from claims made prior to the adoption of Michigan’s 2019 No-Fault Reform Act.
This Michigan Court of Appeals ruling provides insurance companies with several new defenses to agency attendant care performed by family members.
If a deer bolts from the forest, does it trigger Michigan’s “sudden emergency” doctrine?
Understanding the collections process for litigation judgments can make it easier and faster for creditors like insurance companies to receive payment.
Michigan Court of Appeals reverses case evaluation sanction award in lawsuit that predates amendment to state’s court rules.
Failure by insurers and claimants to act timely and diligently could cost both parties in Michigan No-Fault personal injury cases.
Michigan Supreme Court ruled that 2019 amendments to the state's No-Fault Act are not retroactive.
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- No Fault Liability
- Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
- Appellate Law
- Auto Liability
- Trucking Liability
- insurance policy
- Civil Litigation
- Fraud Activity
- Premises Liability
- Cargo Liability
- Judicial Estoppel
- Retail Liability
- Driver Exclusion
- Risk Management
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- Environmental Legislation
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- Medicare Issues
- Case Update: Appellate Court Updates Recent Decision to Published Status, Expanding Definition of ‘Unlawful’ Under Michigan PIP Law
- Having a ‘Cowboy Attitude' About No-Fault Insurance Limits Could Cost You
- How Well Do You Know Your Policyholders? Recent Appellate Case Encourages Full Discovery of Potential Rescission During Litigation
- Published Opinion Warns Insurers that Medical Claims can Survive MCL 500.3145 Indefinitely Without an Appropriate Denial
- Michigan Court of Appeals Outlines Several Important Defenses in Family Member Provided Attendant Care Cases
- Michigan Appellate Courts Help Define ‘Sudden Emergency’ in Motor Vehicle Liability Cases
- Post-Judgement Collection Techniques for Insurers
- Are Case Evaluation Sanctions Gone Baby, Gone?
- Michigan No-Fault Act Requires Diligent and Timely Action by all Parties
- Michigan Supreme Court Rules 2019 No-Fault Act Amendments not Retroactive