Can I collect benefits even if I was at fault in the accident?

Michigan is a No-Fault state and you are entitled to No-Fault benefits (also known as first party benefits) no matter who was at fault in causing the accident. However, if you are the driver of a vehicle registered in Michigan, which you own and it is not insured you may not be able to collect No-Fault benefits. You should always check with an attorney experienced with the Michigan No-Fault laws to determine if you are entitled to benefits and from whom. Under Michigan law, in general, you only have one year from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit or collect the No-Fault benefits to which you are entitled.

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