No-Fault Automobile Insurance

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It’s safe to say that ridesharing services have changed the face of transportation in Michigan. When companies like Uber and Lyft came on the scene a decade ago, they were marketed as a convenient commuter option and a safe alternative to drunk driving. They are also valuable services to help…

What to Do After an Auto Accident

The moments after a car accident can be upsetting and disorienting. You may not know what to do or who to call. The following are some recommendations from the attorneys at Christensen Law. Report the Crash Michigan law requires motorists to report collisions when someone is injured, killed, or there…

When a client has both health insurance and no-fault auto insurance it should be a good thing. But when the coordinated insurance companies argue over the coverage, it could make your case that much more difficult. Coordinated insurance is intended to allow Michigan motorists to save money and ensure quality…

A recent crash between a teen driver and a CATA bus in Lansing raises the question: Who pays for bus accident injuries? The answer depends on who is hurt and the different insurance policies involved. Earlier this month, Pennsylvania Avenue in Lansing shut down as the police investigated a serious bus…