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Michigan No-Fault Car Accident Laws

Michigan No-Fault law allows individuals who have been in a car accident whether a driver or a passenger, to seek first-party benefits from your own auto insurance carrier. The Michigan No-Fault Act provides insurance coverage to drivers and passengers who have been in an auto accident. The Michigan order of priority for which policy will pay is as follows:

  • First priority – No-Fault insurer of the injured occupant (your own), if none then…
  • Second priority – No-Fault insurance through resident relative (i.e. spouse, parent, or sibling), if none then…
  • Third Priority – No-Fault insurance through the accident vehicle owner… if none then…
  • Fourth Priority – No-Fault insurance through the driver at the time of the accident, you may seek first-party benefits through his or her claim. If none then…
  • Fifth Priority – No-Fault insurance through the Michigan Assigned Claims Facility (MACF), which provides benefits to individuals involved in a motor vehicle accident when no other No-Fault coverage is available

Contact Top Car Accident Attorneys Today to Learn More

Before you decide whether to pursue a car accident lawsuit, we encourage you to contact an experienced Michigan personal injury lawyer for a complimentary consultation. We will thoroughly review your case and advise you of your legal options so that you can decide whether or not to pursue a claim. Call us or fill out our online contact form today to learn more.

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