Attendant care is in-home nursing care for someone who has suffered a serious injury. This type of care is provided by someone who helps with daily activities of living, such as getting dressed and bathing. Below are some basic questions and answers about attendant care for auto accident injuries.
As a Flint auto accident attorney, I want all residents in Genesse County to be aware of newly released 2010 Traffic Crash Data from the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning. These reports highlight crash data for every Michigan county detailing the types of roads where accidents occur.
Experiencing any accident with a large truck or semi can be extremely scary and overwhelming. There are some basic legal tips that are helpful when a typical auto accident occurs, but truck accidents are different than a typical car accident.
If you are currently involved in an auto accident lawsuit and are using a social networking account such as Facebook or Twitter, it is recommended that you temporarily deactivate your account until your lawsuit is over.
You do not need a lawyer to fill out an application for No-Fault benefits. But after helping hundreds of car accident injury victims with their benefits in Michigan, our insurance attorneys would like to share some helpful hints.
Youâ€™ve been injured in a car accident, and for the moment you cannot return to work. How do you pay the bills? The mortgage? Wage loss from your No-Fault insurance company provides an injured auto accident victim a financial lifeline. It is one of your Michigan No-Fault insurance benefits.
Michigan PIP benefits pay for a â€˜replacementâ€™ to perform tasks and chores that an auto accident victim cannot perform due to injuries. It is an important Michigan No-Fault benefit (also referred to as Michigan PIP), that many people know nothing about.
Many people think of attendant care as in-home nursing services. But the definition Iâ€™ve been using when explaining attendant care to my own clients is this: because of how serious the injuries are, an â€œattendantâ€ is required to provide â€œcareâ€ for the accident victim.
Have you or someone you know recently moved to Michigan or are staying here over 90 days? Are you a college student who brings a car from out-of-state to drive in Michigan? If you do, then you'll want to read aboutwhat the Michigan No-Fault law says about out-of-state residents...
PLPD stands for Public Liability and Property Damage. Its basic meaning is that your auto insurance policy contains only the types of coverages required by law. However, when people say they have basic PLPD, what they mean is that they dropped their collision coverage and usually...