When Do Michigan Drivers Need To Buy Rental-Car Insurance?

It can be pricey to rent a car. On top of paying for the vehicle itself, you’re also asked whether you want to buy any rental-car insurance coverage. Question is, do Michigan drivers really need to purchase supplemental rental-car insurance?

The answer is “not always” — and here’s why.

First, Michigan drivers are required by law to have their own auto no-fault insurance, which:

  • pays for an injured person’s reasonable medical expenses, for life.
  • applies to the policyholder, the policyholder’s spouse and any ...
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Why Do We Need A 9th Justice On The U.S. Supreme Court?

The seat of the 9th justice on the U.S. Supreme Court has been empty for more than eight months. Why? Because the 9th justice, Antonin Scalia, passed away earlier this year and the person nominated to fill the vacancy, Merrick Garland, has not been confirmed by the U.S. Senate.

When the 9th justice is no longer on the U.S. Supreme Court, usually due to death or retirement, the President nominates someone to fill the open seat. The nominee must be ...

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Can You Get No-Fault Benefits & Damages In A Michigan Hit-And-Run Crash?

No one ever anticipates being in a hit-and-run crash where the other driver flees the scene. If you’re injured in a Michigan hit-and-run car accident, one crucial question is whether you’re entitled to no-fault benefits to pay your medical bills, replacement services and any lost wages.

Another important question is whether you can recover damages for your non-economic loss, like pain and suffering or loss of enjoyment, even though you don’t know who hit your vehicle.

No-Fault ...

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