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No-Fault Automobile Law and Practice in Michigan, Fourth Edition

The Playbook to Win Your Next No-Fault Case

Landmark no-fault reform legislation and amendments to Michigan's civil discovery rules dramatically changed no-fault practice. Get the playbook for navigating this new landscape and winning your next no-fault case. This book will help you:

  • Develop a case strategy based on available PIP and liability insurance coverage
  • Avoid pitfalls in investigating and making a claim, and receiving payment from an insurer
  • Anticipate possibilities for damages, including economic recovery in third-party cases
  • Comply with discovery and initial disclosure requirements
  • Handle provider litigation
  • Deal with expert witnesses and IME requirements
  • Comply with notice requirements to the assigned claims plan
  • Effectively defend against a first-party, third-party, or uninsured/underinsured motorist case

Highlights of the latest update include:

  • Expanded discussion on the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision in Andary v USAA and a new chart outlining various scenarios and outcomes under it
  • Analysis of over 25 new court of appeals cases discussing first-party issues
  • Examination of 6 new third-party court of appeals cases
  • Updated references to relevant DIFS bulletins on retroactivity and reasonableness of charges

930 pages, 1-volume, 7x10 paperback. Includes a download of forms. Current to 02/01/24. Next update March 2025. Subscription service available.

Fully searchable and continually updated. Citations link to Michigan caselaw, statutes, and court rules. Includes online index, downloadable forms, and summary of changes. Price is for a one-year subscription.

Author Matt LaBeau explains how this book is essential for anyone in no-fault law.
Author and veteran practitioner Bob Logeman shares how even he relies on this book.
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