FR Settles Michigan No-Fault Insurance Bad Faith Case for $25 Million
Friedman | Rubin has obtained a $25 Million settlement in the Southwest United States involving Michigan no-fault insurance benefits on behalf of a former resident of Michigan catastrophically injured in a motor vehicle accident. (The confidentiality terms prohibit further identification of the parties or settlement terms).
Since, 1972, Michigan law has provided for unlimited medical expenses to individuals insured under Michigan’s no-fault automotive insurance law and catastrophically injured in a motor vehicle accident. Medical expenses may include attendant care for those requiring some level of assistance with daily living, whether that assistance is provided by friends, family members, nurses or attendant care providers. When injured individuals have been unreasonably denied benefits after moving to other states, the insurance company may be responsible for resulting harms or subject to punitive damages. Friedman | Rubin assists individuals in obtaining the benefits to which they are entitled and punishing insurers who do not follow the rules.
Friedman | Rubin has unique experience in litigating cases against insurance companies, obtaining some of the largest verdicts and settlements in the country. See our Verdicts and Settlements for more information. Attorneys at Friedman | Rubin are licensed in some but not all states. In states in which we are not licensed, we are specially admitted to practice under court rules and we co-counsel such cases with respected local attorneys and firms. We encourage clients and attorneys to contact Friedman | Rubin to evaluate their insurance bad faith claims.