By David Mittleman

Last week I wrote about a nightmare scenario: You’ve just been injured in an auto accident, and the at-fault driver leaves the scene. Thankfully, in Michigan no-fault auto insurance benefits are available to nearly everyone to help defray the economic losses of medical expenses, lost wages, and payment for household services. But what about compensation for non-economic losses like pain and suffering, impairment, disability, and more?

If you’ve protected yourself with Uninsured Motorist Coverage through your auto insurer, you may still have a claim for your injuries.

What is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

Uninsured Motorist Coverage is an optional coverage …read more