I’d like to talk a little bit about collecting for pain and suffering in a Michigan No Fault case. Technically, it’s the fault part of the case if the other driver or someone other than you is not at fault, you don’t get paid for pain and suffering.
And in order to get paid for pain and suffering you must establish a serious impairment of function or a permanent serious disfigurement, which is like a scar or a maiming. And once we have that kind of damage, then we can collect against a wrongful driver and particularly his or her insurance company. It’s all about insurance folks in most instances in a Michigan Automobile crash.
So, stay tuned and we’ll tell you how to collect those. But that’s a one time payment and it must be taking into consideration the insurance coverages and a full and final assessment of the damages.
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