WOOD-TV Features Partner Nick Andrews and Client About State Farm Lawsuit

Peg and Skip Wieland devoted themselves to becoming son Shawn Wieland’s full-time caregivers and advocates, following a devastating car crash in 1997. State Farm paid them for it, a benefit to which the family was entitled under Michigan’s no-fault system.

But when no-fault reforms took effect, State Farm reduced payments.

That’s despite court rulings that found changes to no-fault do not apply to those injured before the reforms’ passage in 2019.

“When the amendments to the no-fault law came, (State Farm) cut benefits to just ridiculous levels,” said Liss & Andrews Partner Nick Andrews, in a Zoom interview with Target 8. “They told the family they couldn’t provide more than eight hours of care a day. Of course, Shawn needs 24/7 care.”

Continuing reading the story on WOODTV.com.

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