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Author: Kaitlyn Cramer


27
Jun

Unlicensed Driver Injured on Drug Run May Be Eligible for No-Fault Benefits

Michigan No-fault law
An unlicensed motorist who was driving a vehicle that did not belong to him in order to illegally purchase drugs may be entitled to personal injury protection benefits for injuries in an accident, the Michigan Court of Appeals recently ruled in an unpublished opinion. In Macklis v. Farm Bureau Ge[...]
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30
Sep

ZAC Attorneys Support The Guidance Center

The Guidance Center
For more than 50 years, The Guidance Center has worked with local communities and schools across Southeastern Michigan to support adults and children experiencing mental health difficulties, abuse and neglect, and other challenges. On September 22nd, attorneys Theresa Bodwin, Kaitlyn Cramer, Rand[...]
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12
Apr

Timing of Insurer’s Payment of No-Fault Benefits Critical to Statute of Limitations Exception

Bazzi Innocent Third Party Rule
Michigan law requires a person injured in an automobile accident to file an action for no-fault benefits within one year of the incident, but makes an exception if the insurer has paid benefits for the injury at any time before the action is commenced. According to a recent Michigan Supreme Court op[...]
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