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The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that a person claiming personal protection insurance (“PIP”) benefits under MCL 500.3114(5)(a) for injuries arising from a motor vehicle accident may not also recover an award for those same injuries under a health insurance policy that contained a provision entitled, “Care and Services That Are Not Payable,” which provided, “[w]e do not pay for the following care and services: Those for which you legally do not have to pay or for which you would not have been charged if you did not have coverage under this certificate.”

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