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Proposed bad faith No-Fault insurance bills in Michigan

August 3, 2009 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan lawyer discusses package of 12 No-Fault bills proposed to hold  auto insurance companies accountable for abuse

A Michigan Auto Law attorney is interviewed for a Michigan Lawyers Weekly story about a proposed package of bad-faith insurance bills designed to hold Michigan insurance companies accountable for mistreating their insureds.

Bad faith laws secure protections to keep an insurance company from unreasonably refusing to pay No-Fault insurance benefits. Currently, Michigan does not have bad faith laws.

Here’s the Michigan Lawyers Weekly story: Gone too far? Insurance industry lawyers cry foul, say bills penalize insurers

 

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