Michigan Car Accident Blog
Michigan accident attorneys at Keller & Keller LLP have provided this injury blog in order to keep their readers up to date on all of the most recent personal injury news, accidents, and events taking place around the state. We encourage our clients and those who have recently been involved in an accident to visit regularly and join the discussion.
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What Happens When an Out-of-State Resident is Involved in a Michigan Car Accident?Most people don’t think about how they are affected by differing laws when they travel across state lines. If you are a non-resident injured in a car accident while driving through Michigan, however, you may quickly realize you are “not in Kansas anymore.”
Am I Required to Pay Taxes on an Indiana Personal Injury Settlement?If you receive a settlement from a personal injury or car accident lawsuit in the past year, the good news is that most of the time you do NOT have to pay taxes on that money. This blog details the expectation of the rule regarding your personal injury settlement.
Understanding Michigan's Complex No-Fault LawMichigan's No-Fault laws affect drivers in Indiana and Michigan. If you qualify for Michigan No-Fault benefits, you must file an application within one year.
Michigan No-Fault Law Order of Priority: Who Pays My bills?In Michigan, even if the person who struck and injured you is 100 percent at-fault, typically your own insurance must pay your medical bills and lost wages.