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What to Do if Your Child is Hurt in a Car Accident in Detroit

Car accidents are always traumatic, but they can be even more overwhelming if your child is involved. Like when an adult is hurt, your child can get compensation for medical costs and other losses after a crash. However, there are some differences between how car accident claims are handled with minor children vs. adults.

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Does Health Insurance Cover Car Accidents?

19.10.2021 in Car Accidents

Health insurance may or may not cover your costs after a car accident in Michigan. Each accident is different and depends upon how much medical coverage your auto insurance offers. Keep reading to learn more about using health insurance after a car accident in Michigan….

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How Does PIP Coverage Work in Michigan?

15.05.2021 in Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Personal injury protection or “PIP’ is coverage under your auto insurance policy for the healthcare expenses associated with a car crash. After all, you will likely have significant medical bills, lost wages, and more. PIP applies to both injured policyholders and passengers. Read below to…

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Top 10 Causes of Car Accidents

23.04.2021 in Car Accidents

Car accidents can happen anywhere to anyone at any time. Some of them are impossible to avoid, but most crashes can be prevented. By knowing common causes of car accidents, you can take steps to avoid them daily. 1. Distracted Driving By far, the top…

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2020 Changes to Michigan's No-Fault Insurance

2020 Changes to Michigan No-Fault Insurance

28.01.2020 in Car Accidents

Insurance costs have been a top priority for Michigan lawmakers for years. The effects of Michigan no-fault insurance requirements have primarily affected consumers. In fact, Michigan has the highest car insurance rates in the country. In 2020, legislators rolled out changes to the no-fault insurance…

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