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We deserve to know why MCCA catastrophic coverage cost is again going up; political opportunism suspected behind latest hikes
Crain’s story about MI auto insurers losing money doesn’t add up: Data show auto insurers’ No Fault PIP coverage premiums exceeded payouts by $750M in 2013
Democrats & Republicans back Michigan No Fault reform that includes fee schedule, IME oversight & imposing fair dealing/good faith requirement on auto insurers
Shouldn’t drivers pay 95% less if the Duggan-Leonard-Theis plan is going to allow the insurance companies to slash No Fault PIP coverage by 95%, instead of letting the insurance cos. pocket the difference at taxpayers’ expense?
Just one lawyer, speaking for himself, supports Duggan-Leonard plan. All other auto accident lawyers unanimously reject Duggan-Leonard-Theis plan
Campaign contribution data shows House Insurance Committee Republicans who favor No Fault car insurance reform have received $253,075 from insurance industry
For the most seriously injured car crash victims who need attendant care based on a doctor’s 24/7 prescription for safety, Duggan-Leonard want to cap attendant care at 2 days max
With $2 billion more in premiums than payouts, insurance company profits are the big winner; ordinary people and car accident victims lose
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