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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.
The new Michigan car insurance law limits car accident victims’ auto insurance coverage of in-home, family-provided attendant care to 56 hours per week.
The new Michigan No-Fault bill passed today and now the debate over whether and how to reform the 45-year-old law is over. Here is what you need to know.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has announced that a deal has been reached on Michigan No-Fault auto insurance reform. Learn what she said in regards to the deal
Will Gov. Gretchen Whitmer veto either or both of the No-Fault auto insurance bills if they reach her desk? Here’s what you need to know.
During the wee hours of the morning the Michigan House of Representatives passed House Bill 4397; their own version of No-Fault auto insurance reform
The new Michigan No-Fault auto insurance bill focuses on taking protections away from car crash victims and overlooks insurance companies’ high premiums
Reduced auto insurance premiums provide reasons to pump the brakes on the auto insurance industry’s No-Fault reform propaganda machine
Instead of providing specifics, Senate Republicans use Senate Bill 1 to grandstand on auto No-Fault reform