No-Fault Insurance Claims
No-fault car insurance in Michigan is designed to provide financial compensation for lost income, medical services, and household services that you can no longer perform.
Additiionally, it can provide for attendant care when you need help in your recovery no matter which party may have caused the motor vehicle accident.
Getting these benefits may look simple on the surface. Be advised that insurance claims can be extremely complicated and insurance companies are not benevolent organizations. Michigan vehicle and property owners can run into all kinds of problems when filing no-fault benefit claims.
No-Fault Insurance Claims Attorney with 30 Years of Experience
Under Michigan law, no-fault was designed to pay for allowable expenses consisting of all reasonable charges incurred for reasonably necessary products, services and accommodations for an injured person’s care, recovery, or rehabilitation and further medical care benefits as the loss continues to accrue (MCLA 500.3107 & MCLA 500.3142). That sounds easy and comprehensive. But sometimes insurance companies must be forced to pay.
Some insurance companies hold claims as “under investigation” even though the law requires them to pay or deny claims within 30 days of receipt. (MCLA 500.3142).
Bryan L. Schefman works hard to help you use your available medical coverage to determine how all of the benefits interact to ensure that your expensive medical costs, lost wages and other damages sustained in an accident are covered. Bryan Schefman wants you to receive the maximum recovery possible.
Mr. Schefman makes sure that you get the facts about your rights and options and the sound guidance you need. Getting the care you need is essential; but getting your doctors paid can be just as important.