The Michigan No Fault Car Insurance Application for Benefits is also referred to as your “written notice of injury” – which must be given to your No-Fault auto insurance company “within 1 year after the accident.” See MCLA 500.3145(1) and (4)). If you fail to give written notice of injury, your Michigan no fault insurance claim will be barred forever. The details you provide in the no fault application for benefits will be used in the processing of your claim. Make sure you give full, complete and honest answers. Some insurance company’s take a recorded statement instead of a written application for benefits. This can be dangerous because the insurance adjuster will ask you questions you will not be prepared to answer. Anytime an insurance adjuster wants to record your statement, you should consult a car accident personal injury lawyer familiar with the process. The insurance adjuster will use whatever you say against you in the claim because the adjuster’s job is to save the insurance company as much money as possible. Do I Need A Lawyer To Complete A No Fault Insurance Application? You should consult an experienced personal injury lawyer to learn your no fault insurance rights and how to properly complete the no fault application for benefits. Most personal injury auto accident lawyers give free initial consultations so take advantage of the offering to ask all of your questions. Did You Know Joseph Dedvukaj Law Firm Always Gives Free Initial Consultation In No Fault Auto Insurance Claims. If you or your family member need to file an application for no fault benefits after a car accident and you would like to speak to an experienced injury attorney, call us toll free anytime 24/7 at 1-866-447-3563 for a free consultation with one of our skilled attorneys. You can also easily request help from an experienced accident auto attorney by visiting our contact form.
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