Monroe Law Firm Protecting Your Legal Rights


Choosing the best Michigan lawyer for your accident, injury, or medical malpractice case is crucial. At Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault, our legal team is here to help when unexpected incidents occur. Our firm has been providing assistance to individuals from all walks of life for over 65 years. We represent working adults, the elderly, disabled individuals, children, and teens. Our goal is to seek justice and compensation for anyone injured due to someone else’s negligence.


At Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault, our attorneys and staff work closely together to provide a comprehensive, in-house approach to handling your case. Be confident that you have chosen a confident and experienced lawyer who will tirelessly work to win your case, giving you peace of mind. Explore the various Michigan cases we handle.


Here are just a few examples of the cases we handle in Michigan:


Personal Injury


Social Security


Michigan is a “No-Fault” State


In Michigan, No-Fault Insurance is a legal requirement. Every car owner must purchase specific basic coverages to obtain license plates. Driving or allowing someone else to drive without no-fault insurance is illegal. In the event of an auto accident, no-fault insurance covers medical expenses, wage loss benefits, replacement services, and property damage caused by the insured, regardless of fault.


Read some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about car accidents and No-Fault insurance in Michigan.


The Basic No-Fault Policy You Must Buy Has Three Parts:


Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
  • In the event of injuries sustained in an auto accident, your no-fault policy provides coverage for all reasonably necessary medical expenses without any maximum limit. It also compensates up to 85% of the income you would have earned for a maximum duration of three years. However, please note that the capped amount for lost income is subject to annual revision.Furthermore, you are entitled to receive a daily sum of $20 for replacement services. These funds are intended to cover routine household tasks, such as housekeeping and yard work, that you are unable to perform due to your injuries.


Property Protection (PPI)
  • No-fault insurance in Michigan covers up to $1 million for property damage caused by your car to other people’s property, including buildings and fences. Additionally, it covers damage caused by your car to another person’s properly parked vehicle. However, it does not provide coverage for any other damage to cars.


Residual Liability Insurance – Bodily Injury and Property Damage
  • According to Michigan law, every Michigan vehicle owner or driver must have residual liability insurance. This insurance enables you to file a claim for monetary damages in case of an injury that is not minor, permanent serious disfigurement (scarring), or death caused by the owner/driver.

You are allowed to claim if:

  • You are injured in an accident in Michigan with a Michigan resident;
  • You are involved in an accident in Michigan with a non-resident who is an occupant of a motor vehicle not registered in Michigan;
  • If you are involved in an accident in another state. (


Let Our Experienced Michigan Injury Attorneys Protect You


Protect yourself with the help of our experienced Michigan Personal Injury Attorneys. By entrusting them with navigating the intricacies of the Michigan No-Fault insurance law, you can concentrate on your healing process. Reach out to us at (734)- 430-3012 or online to schedule your free consultation. Let us support you in obtaining the justice and compensation you rightfully deserve. Explore the various Michigan cases we handle.