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This open enrollment period, Michigan drivers need to weigh the pros and cons between health insurance and auto insurance should they be injured in a car accident.
The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Fee (MCCA Fee) will be reduced from $220 to $100 under the New No-Fault Law but will this generate any real savings?
Insurance industry lobbyist Tricia Kinley of the Insurance Alliance of Michigan reveals that car insurance companies began hiking rates long before new No-Fault law
The new Michigan No-Fault law now includes a managed care option for consumers looking to buy or renew their Michigan auto insurance policy. Get details now.
Michigan car insurance rates in 2019 are increasing at renewal so auto insurance companies can say they have provided savings when the new law takes effect.
Michigan’s law for car insurance cancellation for non-payment provides protection for drivers at risk of being denied No-Fault coverage due to non-payment.
Learn how your auto insurance protects you if you are taking a road trip outside of Michigan and you’re involved in a car accident out of state.
Should I buy rental car insurance coverage? Is it worth it? Do I need it? Get answers to these frequently asked questions from our car accident lawyers.
Get 5 facts about car insurance for college students out of state for those who are driving their cars from other states and attending college in Michigan.