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SB 248: Senate No Fault reform proposal

No Fault proposal would cap attendant care rates and impose a fee schedule on medical providers treating car crash victims

Senate Bill 248 is a No Fault reform proposal by the Michigan Senate as of April 2015. It would have a significant effect on Michigan car accident victims, as well as consumers who buy car insurance.

SB 248 would implement restrictions on on-home attendant care and impose price controls on what doctors and hospitals can charge for treating Michigan car accident victims. It also does not guarantee definite and long-term savings for auto insurance consumers.

SB 248 was passed by the Michigan Senate and is awaiting a vote by the full House.

Here’s the full version of the bill. You can also see the “substitute” version of SB 248 approved by the House Insurance Committee.

For more information, here are blog posts about SB 248 and the House Insurance Committee’s “Substitute for SB 248.”

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