Dave Christensen is the greatest lawyer inside and out.” - Tashee P. - Oak Park, MI
David made sure all of my medical bills were paid for.” - Antonio D. - Livonia, MI
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They took my case to trial & won me a great settlement.” - H.H Davidson
If you have been in a serious auto accident, you may be facing new limitations on your abilities. The good news is that Michigan no fault insurance includes benefits for constructing medical home modifications. This is a benefit available to everyone in the state.
Depending on your needs, medical home modifications could be as simple as mounted grab bars in the bathroom or a seat in the shower, or it could be far more extensive. In some cases Michigan’s no fault insurance providers have paid to widen doors, expand hallways, adding rooms, and even build a whole new home that was wheelchair accessible.
The process starts by working with an occupational therapist who will assess your current home and compare it with your needs in light of your new condition. Next, a builder experienced in creating accessible structures, will take the therapist’s recommendations and make the necessary home modifications to help you live comfortably.
It is important that you use a lawyer well-versed with Michigan’s no fault law to help you work with your insurance provider to pay the bills for the home modifications and other no fault benefits. The attorneys at Christensen Law in Southfield, Michigan have been representing the victims of serious automobile accidents for over 20 years. They have the experience to get you the home modifications you need.