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Michigan Car Accident Injury Attorneys – Frequently Asked Questions

Car accidents only happen a handful of times in a person’s life. Because of that, and the accompanying physical dangers, many find navigating the aftermath of a car accident a confusing, difficult, and painful process. At The Law Offices of Lee Steinberg, we believe that victims deserve compensation for all facets of an accident. The harm you’ve experience goes beyond the dollar amount on your medical bills. We care about the Michigan community. As such, we want to keep you informed of stories, rulings, and provide tips to stay safe on the road. Review our Frequently Asked Questions below and check out our driving related blog posts. And if you need a free consultation from an experienced Michigan car accident lawyer, fill out the contact form or give us a call. If you or a loved one has suffered a car accident, you want an expert who knows what benefits you are entitled to, how to handle insurance companies, and what your case is worth.

Call the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg at 1-800-LEE-FREE (1-800-533-3733) to help you with your car, truck, or motorcycle accident case.

With over 40 years of experiences, our Michigan accident injury attorneys know how to fight for you and help get your life back on track. Remember, you don’t pay a cent unless we win or settle your case.

Video Transcript

The No-Fault Law, also know as PIP, which stands for Personal Injury Protection, allows for certain benefits if you are involved in a car accident. Even if you’re not at fault. That’s why it’s called the no-fault law.Now what are these benefits? These benefits are the payment of medical expenses that are related to the car accident. It involves 85% of your gross wages. It involves the payment of out-of-pocket costs like prescriptions as well as medical mileage, like gas money to and from doctor’s offices. You get reimbursed for that.It involves the payment of what’s called replacement services where somebody – and it can be a family member, mom, daughter, anybody – is doing the chores for you. They get reimbursed for the time that they are putting in doing the chores at home.There’s also something called attendant care. Which is more personal care to someone injured in a car accident. Let’s say they need help getting dressed or need help in the bathroom or need help changing bandages. All these more personal care type items also get reimbursed by the no-fault carrier for the person doing it. All these benefits come under the umbrella of the Michigan No-Fault Law.