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Status of Michigan No Fault reform: HB 4612 on deck after recess

July 18, 2013 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan Lawyers Weekly interviews Michigan Auto Law on the status of pending legislation to “reform” Michigan No Fault insurance.

House Bill 4612 would cap the current unlimited benefits for catastrophic No Fault claims at $1 million, among other changes to the system that would devastate crash victims and leave Michigan taxpayers footing the bill – instead of the auto insurance industry.

According to Michigan Lawyers Weekly, the Michigan Legislature will pick up HB 4612 in late summer, after its annual summer recess.

Michigan Auto Law told the newspaper, “The insurance industry is continuing to press for the votes, but Michigan Association for Justice and CPAN have not seen any erosion in the bipartisan opposition to 4612.”

You can read the full story here: No-fault bill on deck after recess

 

Related information:

Everything you need to know about Michigan No Fault reform

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