The Michigan No-Fault Act can be confusing, and the recent changes to the law have not helped make it any clearer. Our video seminar discusses the two primary ways the No-Fault Act impacts you as the driver or owner of a motor vehicle, and we explain how the new changes give motorists options for the level of No-Fault insurance coverage they can have, plus some of the drawbacks in opting for less than full, unlimited Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance limits.
The video also discusses how having higher policy limits on your PIP, Bodily Injury and Uninsured Motorist and Underinsured Motorist coverages will protect you if you are in a car accident, whether the accident was your own fault or someone else’s fault.
If you have any questions about car insurance or the Michigan No-Fault law, be sure to contact us. We have been specializing in No-Fault law ever since it was created in Michigan in 1973. No one knows Michigan No-Fault insurance or car accident law better than the attorneys at
Atkinson Petruska Kozma Hart & Couture, PC.
Northern Michigan’s Most Trusted Legal Team — SInce 1969