No-Fault Insurance

Don’t be one of the many individuals whose benefits go uncollected!

The Michigan auto accident lawyers at Luxon & Zang are pleased to

present this information about no-fault insurance to you.

You are entitled to no-fault benefits even if the accident is your fault

Even though Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law has been in effect since 1973, most people don’t fully understand it.[YoutubeFancyZoom=]

The purpose of this video is to help you understand the law so you know what benefits may be available to you if you’ve suffered injuries in an automobile, truck or motorcycle accident.  Don’t be one of the many individuals whose benefits go uncollected!

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and learn about No-Fault Insurance benefits.

Injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident can be devastating, even catastrophic. The experienced Michigan auto accident lawyers at Luxon & Zang have successfully resolved thousands of Michigan auto accident cases under Michigan’s No-Fault insurance law, and we can help you, too.

Why contact Luxon & Zang, P.C. for help?

Here are just a few of the ways in which we can help you get what you deserve:

DON’T expect the insurance company to explain, pay, or notify you of all the benefits available to you if you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident. Your insurance company is under NO OBLIGATION to tell you what they owe.  If you don’t know, they don’t have to pay.  The experienced Michigan auto accident lawyers at Luxon & Zang can help.
Generally speaking, an injured person must turn to his own auto insurance company for payment of no-fault benefits. If the injured person does not own a motor vehicle, no-fault benefits will be paid to him by other available insurance policies, including assignments from the State of Michigan. Determining which insurance company will pay these benefits is often tricky, and an improper claim can be costly!  The experienced attorneys at Luxon & Zang can help.
No-fault benefits include the following: payment of all your medical bills; payment to you for all lost income and wage loss resulting from your injuries; reimbursement to you for transportation to and from your doctor appointments; and payment to family members who provide care and  help to you while you are injured.

All this can be quite confusing to people who don’t deal with Michigan’s no-fault insurance law every day. Automobile insurance claims are complicated and confusing. The insurance company’s claims adjuster is a well-trained insurance expert.

Without a lawyer, filing a claim can be frustrating and costly.

Especially if your claim is effected by an uninsured or underinsured motorist.

You need an expert on your side.

The Michigan auto accident lawyers at Luxon & Zang are experts with Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws. Let us help.

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