Mich. high court sides with auto insurer on suit involving no-fault costs

05/23/2013 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that an auto insurer is not required under the state's no-fault insurance law to cover expenses that are unrelated to the injuries a person received in a car accident. Insurers should pay only for costs tied to the recovery and care of the injured person, and not the expenses that the person would face if unhurt, the court ruled.

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