Michigan No-Fault insurance lawyer urges people to come out and attend to save our auto insurance system
Lawmakers are pushing a vote to take away vital protections from our No-Fault insurance laws, but without any assurance or guarantees that this will lower the price of auto insurance. They also plan on making this referendum proof by the voters of this state, despite two nearly identical proposals being soundly defeated in the past.
There is no other way to explain this then as an insurance company power play, ramming through legislation that will further increase profits at the expense of seriously injured auto accident and injury victims in this state. Hospitals, medical facilities, and extended care medical facilities will all see drastic job cuts.
And while insurance companies will save approximately $109 million a year, Michigan taxpayers will pay more as people are shifted to Medicaid from insurance companies. These No-Fault “reform” bills are boondoggles to benefit insurance CEOs at the expense of Michigan drivers and families.
What you can do to save No-Fault – Attend the Rally today in Southfield to Save No-Fault
Today, there’s a rally at the southeast corner of 12 Mile and Evergreen Road in Southfield, Michigan.
The rally begins at 11 a.m.
Signs will be provided. There is parking at Kroger.
There will be media coverage. Please come show your support!
If you are unable to attend the No-Fault rally, you can still help
If you are unable to attend, consider writing your state senator and representative, and let them know you are opposed to No-Fault changes on SB 649 and HB 4936. Make sure your voice is heard!
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This legislation hurts people, especially past and future auto accident victims. There is NOTHING that guarantees any rate decreases in the cost of auto insurance. We’ve been lied to by Michigan insurance companies way too many times before to allow this to happen now.
– Steven Gursten is recognized as one of the nation’s top insurance lawyers handling serious auto accident cases. He frequently writes about Michigan No-Fault law and is available for comment.
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Michigan Auto Law is the largest law firm exclusively handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout the entire state. We have offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Sterling Heights. Call (248) 353-7575 for a free consultation with one of our No-Fault insurance lawyers.