Michigan DIFS must act now to protect auto policyholders’ rights to No-Fault medical coverage. Insurance companies are using the new auto No-Fault law to improperly deny attendant care for people catastrophically injured in car accidents before the new auto law took effect, denying vital No-Fault medical care and attendant care benefits. As Michigan DIFS Director …
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