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How does Senate Bill 1148 compare to the other No Fault insurance ‘reform’ plans?

December 2, 2014 by Steven M. Gursten

This  chart lays out the four No Fault “reform” plans and how they would affect auto accident victims

Yesterday, I wrote about the most recent No Fault reform bill, SB 1148 from Sen. Arlan Meekhof (R-30th District in Kent County). The bill was introduced November 13, 2014. It promises no savings for auto insurance consumers. Instead, the bill seems to include an increase in the cost of No Fault insurance and attempts to gut  in-home attendant care nursing providers.

You can read about the details of the SB 1148 here.

Below is a chart that allows consumers, the public and lawmakers to compare the various No Fault plans that are currently being proposed and considered:

NO FAULT REFORM ‘COMPARISON SHOPPING’ FOR CONSUMERS
(Based on House Bill 4612, Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger (R-Marshall)’s & House Republicans’ plan, Senate Bill 818 and Senate Bill 1148)

no-fault-reform-comparison

 

Here’s more information about each of the plans I compared:

House Bill 4612

Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger (R-Marshall) & House Republicans’ plan

Senate Bill 818

Senate Bill 1148

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