Senate Bill 248 is a No Fault reform proposal by the Michigan Senate as of April 2015. It would have a significant effect on Michigan car accident victims, as well as consumers who buy car insurance.
SB 248 would implement restrictions on on-home attendant care and impose price controls on what doctors and hospitals can charge for treating Michigan car accident victims. It also does not guarantee definite and long-term savings for auto insurance consumers.
SB 248 was passed by the Michigan Senate and is awaiting a vote by the full House.
For more information, here are blog posts about SB 248 and the House Insurance Committee’s “Substitute for SB 248.”