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In previous posts, we’ve been looking at the issue of entitlement to personal injury protection benefits in Michigan, noting that there are specific requirements for entitlement to PIP benefits under state law and that it important for insurance companies to have a clear understanding of when they are obligated to pay claims under a no-fault policy, and when they are not so obligated.

When is a policyholder entitled to PIP coverage in Michigan? P.2

In our previous post, we began looking at the topic of no fault insurance, specifically the conditions under which an insurance company is obligated to provide personal injury protection benefits. As we noted, there are several conditions laid out in state law, some of which we looked at last time.

When is a policyholder entitled to PIP coverage in Michigan? P.1

No-fault insurance, also known as personal injury protection (PIP), is an important source of compensation for those injured in an automobile accident, but it is important for insurance companies to ensure they are not paying claimants who are not entitled to coverage. This is particularly important because of the extent of no-fault coverage.

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