Insurance companies aren't always providing you with all of the information when it comes to benefits after an injury from an accident. Michigan's requirement of No-Fault insurance means accident victims are supposed to get timely benefits, regardless of who was at fault.

However, there are many additional insurance benefits available under the law, but they can sometimes be difficult to obtain on your own. An attorney may be able to argue on your behalf and win in an insurance claim.

For example, in addition to medical expenses and lost wages, you may be eligible for:

  • Medical mileage — the cost to get to and from your medical care appointments
  • Compensation to family members for care otherwise provided by a medical professional or facility
  • Modifications to your home if you are disabled
  • Household services reimbursement for tasks you can no longer complete
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Survivor benefits

Michigan has one of the most expansive No-Fault insurance laws in the country. There are certain situations where we can determine whether an argument can be made to have paid for the rest of your life.

Time Limits Are At Play. Contact Our Lawyers Today.

You must file a No-Fault application for benefits within one year of the accident. Harris Altman, a firm with attorneys formerly of Goren, Goren & Harris, represents those with injuries in areas surrounding Detroit, such as Southfield and Farmington Hills, and throughout Michigan. We can help you get started on a claim or move the process along toward a better resolution if the insurance company has denied your claim.

We offer free consultations and representation on claims involving an injury in a contingency fee basis — you do not pay us attorney fees until we obtain a monetary reward for you.

We also represent Michigan residents injured in Ohio. Call (248) 540-3100. Or, if you prefer, get started by sending Harris Altman an email.