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Court of Appeals rules that minority/insanity tolling provisions of Revised Judicature Act applies to written notice requirement in No-Fault claims, but does not allow a claimant to avoid “one-year-back” rule

Appellate, Motor Vehicle Litigation / December 30, 2014

In Estate of Thomas v Citizens Ins Co, ___ Mich App ____ (released November 13, 2014) (No. 312702, for publication), the Court of Appeals addressed the interplay between the No-Fault statute and Revised Judicature Act (RJA), as well as several issues relating to the one-year statute of limitations outlined in MCL 500.3145 and the one-year back provision as applied through MCL 500.3174….


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