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Qualified health coverage is the health insurance coverage that Michigan’s new No-Fault law requires drivers to have to select certain medical coverage levels.
Under Michigan No-Fault insurance law, who pays the deductible? It depends on several factors but if you opted for a deductible on your policy then you pay.
Now that the Michigan car insurance bill was signed into new law, the stark reality is that No-Fault reform will fail to deliver long-term savings.
Car accident lawyer answers questions on how Medicaid covers auto accident injuries in Michigan and how the new No-Fault Law affects Medicaid coverage
Car accident lawyer answers questions on how Medicare covers auto accident injuries in Michigan and how the new No-Fault Law affects Medicare coverage
Michigan car accident lawyer shares his auto insurance coverage recommendations for how much car insurance you need to purchase to ensure you are protected.
The stakes for insurance agent liability have never been higher as agents are tasked to explain the complex new Michigan auto insurance law to consumers.
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?