Tag: Michigan Assigned Claims Plan

>
November 14, 2017

Be warned — submitting false replacement services forms will forfeit a car crash victim from receiving Michigan auto No Fault benefits

Read this post
>
August 23, 2017

Lawyers who process clients’ attendant care claims MUST fact-check before submitting No-Fault forms to insurers, who are only too eager to allege fraud over the most innocent of mistakes

Read this post
>
August 22, 2017

Court rules that No-Fault fraud involving a claim for benefits under the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan requires knowledge and intent to defraud and deceive

Read this post
>
June 23, 2017

Committee is changing laws in ways that will harm uninsured car crash victims but help insurance companies under assigned claims plan

Read this post
>
March 17, 2016

Auto insurers can recoup MACP costs by passing higher prices along to consumers and by claiming tax credits – but lawmakers want to change this Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance companies can have their cake and eat it, too, when it comes to assessment payments for Michigan’s “Assigned Claims Plan.” Too bad it leaves a …

Read this post
>
May 28, 2015

A call to arms: The Michigan Assigned Claims Plan has gone “rogue” and it must be fixed! As an attorney in this state, what the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP) is doing concerns me for several reasons. And it should bother you as well. What the MACP is doing violates the Michigan Constitution. It is …

Read this post
>
May 26, 2015

Michigan Assigned Claims plan defies Legislature by flouting No Fault Law and creating its own rules for auto accident victims Something very wrong is happening at the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP) ever since control was taken away from the publicly-elected Secretary of State in 2013 and handed over to unelected, for-profit insurance companies, that …

Read this post
>
November 28, 2014

Michigan Assigned Claims Plan is re-writing our No Fault law, forcing uninsured auto accident victims to comply with rules neither approved nor authorized by Legislature If the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP) decides to violate the constitution, but no one writes or talks about it, do they get away with it? The No Fault rights of …

Read this post
>
November 19, 2014

What happens when an unelected body made up of insurance companies decides to rewrite the laws for uninsured auto accident victims The insurance companies that make up the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP) have successfully re-written Michigan’s No Fault Law. The Assigned Claims Plan decided to change the rules that apply to uninsured auto accident victims seeking …

Read this post