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Lawyers Corner: Coordinated Insurance in St. John Macomb Oakland Hospital v State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co

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.

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Keep Your Keys Close and Prevent Auto Theft This Winter

Who hasn’t rushed out to warm up the car and defrost the windshield on a cold Michigan morning. Few residents think that leaving the keys behind for that quick couple of minutes could leave them without a car, permanently. New data says that’s exactly what is happening across the state.

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Michigan Bills Regulating Uber, Lyft Show Compromise

If an Uber or Lyft driver gets into an auto accident, whose insurance pays the bills? A set of bills before the Michigan Senate lay out a compromise between the companies, the state, and their insurers.

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Who Pays for Bus Accident Injuries?

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.

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Lawyers’ Corner: Priority in Banks v AAA Insurance Co

When insurance providers fight over who should pay first-party no-fault benefits, the issue is a matter of priority. While priority is usually relatively straightforward, there are cases where it is clear an injured person is entitled to benefits, but not which insurance company should pay. 

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