Michigan No-Fault: Accidental Bodily Injury

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David Christensen  
25925 Telegraph Rd #200  
Southfield, MI 48033 
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No Fault Explained: Accidental Bodily Injury

Does your car crash count as an accidental bodily injury? Find out the exceptions to the rule that every accident is covered under no fault insurance.

It may seem obvious when an accidental bodily injury has occurred. In most cases it will be clear to attorneys and judges alike. But sometimes the question will come up: Was this really an accidental bodily injury?

The Michigan No Fault Act won’t stand between the victims of vehicular assault and their insurance benefits. If a person is the victim of an intentional act, she can still recover for her injuries. For example, if she gets run off the road in the midst of a road rage incident, she can still collect from her auto insurance for the harm done. On top of that, she may be able to recover directly from the driver who caused the assault.

The auto accident attorneys at Christensen Law have seen it all – including questions over whether an accidental bodily injury occurred. If you have a strange car accident case, contact Christensen Law today for a free consultation.

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At Christensen Law, we are leaders in helping victims of automobile and truck accidents. We understand the overwhelming challenges that come with these life-changing events, and we want to help. You are not alone – we will become your voice.

Christensen Law 
David Christensen  
25925 Telegraph Rd #200  
Southfield, MI 48033 
(248) 213-4900 
inquiry@davidchristensenlaw.com 
https://www.davidchristensenlaw.com 
https://plus.google.com/101403597068266196711/posts