Gov. Whitmer has announced that a deal has been reached on Michigan No-Fault auto insurance reform.
Here is what Gov. Whitmer said about reforming Michigan’s No-Fault auto insurance system in her statement that was released this morning at 8:00 a.m.:
“After constructive conversations over the past week, I am pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement in concept on bipartisan auto no-fault reform legislation that will lower costs and protect coverage for Michigan drivers. The deal: guarantees rate relief for every Michigan driver; provides a choice in coverage levels; establishes more uniform and structured compensation levels for medical providers; and removes the ability of insurance companies to discriminate based on non-driving factors. I look forward to working with the legislature to pass and sign this important legislation into law.”
The specific details have not yet been released. As soon as they are, we will let you know how No-Fault has been changed and what it means for you.
To learn more about the No-Fault reform plans passed by the House in House Bill 4397 and by the Senate in Senate Bill 1, check out our blog posts “New Michigan No-Fault Auto Insurance Bill: What Does It Mean?” and “House Bill 4397 Passes: Auto Insurance Reform That Mirrors Senate Bill.”