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Michigan No Fault Benefits For Medical Expenses

Michigan No Fault Medical Benefits Explained

The Michigan No-Fault Act allows Michigan car accident victims to receive lifetime payment of medical bills “for reasonably necessary products, services and accommodations” required for the victim’s care, recovery or rehabilitation. Allowable medical expenses include doctor bills, hospital bills, medication, medical equipment and rehabilitation expenses. Certain criteria must be met before coverage will be allowed for treatments which are considered experimental. Just because an injured subject believes an experimental treatment is necessary doesn’t mean that it will be viewed the same way by the insurance company or the court.

A person who is seriously injured, such as a quadriplegic or paraplegic, may be entitled to additional benefits including modifications to a home or van for wheelchair accessibility.

Michigan Attendant Care Benefits

Attendant care is also covered within the medical expense guidelines of the No Fault Act, and is also a life time benefit. Attendant care services for the injured may include help with: personal hygiene, administering medications, wheelchair transfers, wound care and even supervision. Attendant care is reimbursed at an hourly rate that is negotiated between an experienced auto accident attorney and the insurance company.

We Can Help With Michigan No Fault Benefits Claims

It is not uncommon for insurance companies to dispute the hours and rate reported for attendant care; questioning whether both are reasonable and necessary. With help from Mike Morse and his knowledgeable and aggressive team, you can get the help you need to succeed. Call 855-MIKE-WINS today or e-mail us, to get free advice on Michigan No Fault Benefits.