i was rear ended while sitting at a light waiting to make my turn,long to short i suffer a lower lumbar fusion L5-S1 and 2 hurniations in my cevical spine w/continuous mindgrains that are subsided with botox twice a year and i have permanent nerve damage in my right leg from hip to toes. the insurance co, is refusing to pay out standing bills on the grounds of injuries where not sustained in the auto accident.I was wondering what would my next course of action these bills have been outstanding for almost 2yrs. i do have the lifetime medical in the settlement as well, but i'm at a loss as to how to get them to continue to pay.
You should retain a Michigan attorney who specializes in no-fault first party claims against insurers. Most good attorneys in the field will represent you on a contingent basis, and the insurer may be responsible for fees under certain circumstances. You refer to a "settlement," and the terms of any settlement must be reviewed by your attorney. Our firm does not handle these types of matters, but we do work with other attorneys who focus on these claims. You can contact us or any other Michigan attorney, and you should be able to find a referral to a no-fault attorney.
David H. Fink;
Fink + Associates Law
Contact the attorney who assisted you in drafting the settlement agreement. He or she will be in the best position to advise you and help you secure payment.
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