Michigan No-Fault law entitles an injured claimant to recover up to $20 per day in benefits during the first three years after the date of the accident. This is known as replacement services.
Replacement services are used to replace those services that the injured party used to do for himself or herself but can no longer do because of the injuries sustained in the accident.
Services generally include common household tasks such as cleaning, laundering, caring for the lawn, snow shoveling, household and vehicle repairs, shopping, and grocery shopping
However, Replacement Services expense are treated by the courts’ as reasonably incurred. These services can be provided by family members of which will be compensated for his or her services.
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