Certified Statement of Michigan No-Fault Insurance
Attorney Commentary on No-Fault Statute: MCL 500.3101c
Standard certified statement
Auto insurance companies doing business in the state of Michigan must use a “standard certified statement” to show that a motor vehicle belonging to a driver who failed to properly produce proof of insurance when so requested by a police officer is insured under a 6-month pre-paid No-Fault auto insurance policy that cannot be cancelled.
Insurance Attorneys of Michigan Auto Law
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