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Attorney Todd Berg debunks insurance report stating No Fault raising medical costs

October 28, 2013 by Steven M. Gursten

Todd tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly that the insurance industry is only aiming to cap No Fault to save itself money

Attorney Todd Berg was recently interviewed by Michigan Lawyers Weekly in a story on the latest in Michigan No Fault “reform.” Following a recent report by the Citizen’s Research Council that suggested No Fault insurance in Michigan is driving up medical care costs, Todd told the newspaper otherwise:

“The debate over so-called no fault ‘reform’ needs to shift focus from the myriad different ways that no-fault medical benefits can be capped or cut in order to save auto insurance companies money, to the real dollars-and-cents issues of:

Are auto insurance prices truly so out-of-control and exorbitant that No Fault should be dismantled; and [h]ow exactly will the so-called ‘reform’ proposals under consideration (both now and in the future) actually be guaranteed to yield lower insurance premium prices for consumers?”

You can read the full Michigan Lawyers Weekly story here: Report: no-fault raising medical costs, not likely to move reform legislation

 

Related information:

Boo! The No Fault boogeyman is right behind you

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