Our best efforts to keep ourselves and our children safe are sometimes not quite good enough. People can unwittingly buy defective products, have accidents during outdoor activities or be affected by the bad decisions made by people around us.
If you get into a wreck with an at-fault driver, you may be able to file a claim for compensation. However, doing so can cause you to be subjected to claims for subrogation from your insurance provider.
Michigan is unique when it comes to the rules that they have in relation to their car insurance. It is a no-fault insurance state, which means that each party is automatically entitled to damages from their own insurance companies.
Few people leave their homes each day worrying that they will be in a serious motor vehicle crash. Unfortunately, more than 40,000 people died in car crashes in 2016, which was a 6 percent increase from the previous year. That is an average of about 110 people dying in car wrecks each day.
Spinal cord injuries are among the most serious potential repercussions after a car crash. These injuries can result in a major life impacts. People who face this type of situation might be able to make a claim under Michigan's no-fault insurance system, which currently provides uncapped medical care costs for people who have catastrophic injuries.
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