The State of Michigan established the Michigan Assigned Claims program in 1973 to provide
assistance to people injured in an accident involving a
motor vehicle, when there is no automobile insurance available.
The Secretary of State managed the Assigned Claims program until December 17, 2012, when it transitioned to the Michigan Automobile Insurance Placement Facility.
Who is eligible?
Applications for personal injury protection benefits may be made by a person because of accidental bodily injury arising out of the ownership, operation,
maintenance, or use of a motor vehicle as a motor vehicle. Applications for benefits may also be made if the injured person was a driver or passenger of a motorcycle,
if the accident involved an uninsured motor vehicle (not another motorcycle).
Reasonable charges for medical care, recovery and rehabilitation in accordance with the Michigan No-Fault Statute.
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