Auto No-Fault Reform: Out-of-State Residents | Fox 17 Know the Law
In this episode of Fox 17’s Know the Law, personal injury attorney Tom Sinas discusses the changes to Michigan’s No-Fault laws that went into effect on June 11, 2019.
These changes significantly liability of an auto accident involving out-of-state residents. Out-of-state residents injured in an auto accident in Michigan can no longer receive no-fault benefits for medical expenses. Michigan residents now have increased liability concerns for these types of accidents and should be aware of insurance options available to them.
To learn more about the changes to Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Laws, visit www.sinasdramis.com or our no-fault educational website, www.autonofaultlaw.com to learn more.