Consult a personal injury lawyer in Michigan, perhaps, look at www.michiganautolaw.com. Steven Gursten at that firm would be a good point of contact. Good luck.Ask a similar question
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You should contact a local attorney whose practice includes insurance claims, auto claims, or both. Many attorneys who handle claims like yours, including myself, offer free consultations and will often agree to represent you on a contingent fee basis (that is, you pay only if you recover). I hope this helps. Take care.
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You would want to speak to an attorney that handles No-Fault claims and is familiar with Michigan No-Fault Insurance law. We have been handling these kinds of cases for almost 30 years.
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If you had insurance on the vehicle, you would get your no-fault benefits from there (including wage loss and all medical bills paid. You may be able to sue for pain and suffering if you have a threshold level injury. Even if the other guy is uninsured, you may have a claim for pain and suffering if you had uninsured motorist coverage on your car.
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