Giroux Amburn, P.C.

Michigan No Fault Benefits & PIP

Maximizing Your Compensation Under Michigan Law

The personal injury attorneys at Giroux Amburn, Southfield know that every individual involved in an accident is entitled to compensation under Michigan law. But insurance companies don’t always give you the benefits you deserve. When you need someone to fight for your rights, let us stand up for you.

Michigan is a no fault state, which means that both parties involved in a car accident are entitled to benefits regardless of who was at fault. All drivers in Michigan are required to buy certain insurance coverage in order to receive license plates, which comes with access to no fault benefits, also called Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits.

In theory, that means that your insurance company should be on your side in an auto accident.

In practice, many people fall victim to their insurance company’s policies when they file a no fault claim. If you file paperwork incorrectly, if you don’t provide the right forms or documents, or if you miss a step in the process, you may not get the compensation you deserve.

Personal Injury Protection benefits can include things like:

  • Medical bills
  • Prescription costs
  • Attendant care services
  • Loss of income benefits
  • Survivor’s loss
  • Home modification costs
  • Medical mileage (payment for travel to and from medical appointments)
  • Family benefits

Recovering from a car accident is traumatic and stressful enough without added pressure from your insurance company. You don’t need to fight this fight alone.

The attorneys at Giroux Amburn have won cases for clients all over the country since 1989, winning millions for accident victims just like you. More than that, we’re proud to treat our clients like our family, because we know that you need support and guidance to recover and move on with your life.

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