Michigan No-fault Benefits Out of State

April 6, 2017 10:43 am

For many Michigan families, spring break means traveling somewhere warm outside the State of Michigan.  However, most of those Michigan residents do not consider whether they would be covered for an out-of-state accident on vacation.  Michigan no-fault benefits can be invaluable to an injured person and his/her family.  These benefits may include lifetime medical expenses, wage loss, and replacement services for up to three years, among other benefits.  In order for a Michigan resident to qualify for no-fault personal protection insurance benefits for an out-of-state accident, the accident must occur “within the United States, its territories and possessions or in Canada ….”  and the injured Michigan resident must be insured by a policy of Michigan automobile insurance as a named insured, as the spouse or resident relative of a named insured, or be an occupant of a vehicle covered by a policy of Michigan automobile insurance.  If you or a family member have been injured in an out-of-state accident, Hohauser Kuchon is here to help you.  Please call for a free consultation.

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