Copus v Meemic Ins Co et al.

Court of Appeals Interprets Work-Loss Benefits for Salaried Position

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The Court of Appeals in a published decision ruled that “work loss” under the no-fault act MCL 500.3107(1)(b) as applied to a salaried position means the amount that the injured person would have been entitled to. It does not appear to be a controversial outcome, because the Court merely followed the statutory language. The defendant was arguing that the plaintiff, a school teacher, was only entitled to the amount that she was scheduled to work. The Court disagreed, holding that she was entitled to the amount of her salary per the contract. If you have any questions regarding this issue, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Carson Tucker

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