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Study shows Progressive and Esurance are charging Michigan women drivers up to 38% more than they do men — and divorced women drivers pay more, too
MI House lawmakers’ new Fair and Affordable No-Fault insurance reform legislation a better way to preserve PIP benefits, legal protections for car crash victims
Rep. Hammoud (D-Dearborn)’s House Bill 4617 would eliminate credit history, occupation, education and residence as factors in setting MI car insurance prices
Attorney Steven Gursten tells The Peninsula that No-Fault practices like credit scoring amount to legalized discrimination and D-Insurance punishes most vulnerable Detroiters who need No-Fault benefits most
Except for Detroit, where it was a close #2, Allstate car insurance was priciest in Flint, Grand Rapids, Howell, Iron Mountain, Ludington, Owosso and Warren
CPAN study shows Progressive, Liberty Mutual, Esurance, Allstate, State Farm and AAA charge less in Michigan to home-owning lawyers than to out-of-work renters
MI car insurance companies use non-driving related factors such as job, education and home-owning status to charge different prices to equally safe drivers
With MSC refusing, yet, again, to require MCCA transparency, lawmakers’ bills are last chance, proposing FOIA & Open Meeting compliance & public representation on MCCA Board
CPAN No-Fault reform proposals include other needed reforms targeting PIP and insurer fraud, IME doctor abuse and MCCA transparency