Michigan No-Fault Law – Wages

Michigan No-Fault Law and What It Means To Your Wages?

MCL. 500. 3107(1) (b) states that economic benefits include work loss consisting of “loss of income from work an injured person would have performed during the first 3 years after the date of the accident if he or she had not been injured.”

Michigan no-fault law and your wages

Michigan no-fault law provides that a person who is injured in an automobile accident may recover benefits for work loss in a variety of different situations. This benefit, as well as the other 3 major no-fault benefits, is paid regardless of who is at fault in the accident. It might surprise some as to how extensive these benefits can be and include persons who haven’t even begun a job at the time of the accident and persons who are fired while on disability.

Some of the hallmarks to note regarding work loss are as follows:

Contact our experienced Southfield, Michigan insurance attorneys today to discuss your options and determine what should be the next step forward for you and your case.