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Michigan motorcycle accident laws have many exceptions, and are different than those for car accidents or truck accidents. For example, a motorcycle is not considered a “motor vehicle” under the Michigan No-Fault law. However, that does not mean an injured motorcyclist cannot have a case to pursue.
If another motor vehicle was involved in the motorcycle accident and the motorcycle was properly insured, the case is similar to a regular first-party or third-party auto accident case. In those situations, a first-party claim can be filed against the insurance company responsible for No-Fault benefits. These benefits include: medical expenses related to the auto accident, wage loss, household replacement services, payment for mileage to and from medical appointments and nursing services. In addition, a third-party claim can be filed against the negligent driver responsible for causing the motorcycle accident. The damages available in a third-party claim include pain and suffering damages and excess economic benefits. If you or your loved one has been in an accident, contact us immediately to protect your rights.
We will meet with you for a free, no-risk consultation.
After learning about your case, we can explain your legal rights for recovery. We represent the victims of auto, trucking and motorcycle accidents on a contingency fee basis, which means that there is no fee to us unless we recover compensation for our clients