Tag: Rep. Pete Lund

November 12, 2014

Michigan Assigned Claims Plan rewrites No Fault law to create hurdles for uninsured auto accident victims, while Lund’s bill seeks Legislature’s after-the-fact approval Is Rep. Pete Lund’s (R-Macomb County) House Bill 5854 actually a “cover-up” for the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan’s (MACP) rogue rewriting of Michigan’s No Fault Law? It sure looks that way. Last …

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October 13, 2014

Pedestrians, bicyclists and other non-drivers will have a harder time getting No Fault benefits after a motor vehicle accident under new ‘assigned claims plan’ from Rep. Lund Rep. Pete Lund (R-Macomb County) is back. Apparently, his past efforts trying to help dismantle Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system weren’t enough. So the pro-insurance industry Representative …

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July 15, 2013

What’s the real story on “savings” from Rep. Pete Lund’s No Fault “reform” plan House Bill 4612? The public deserves to know the straight story about how much, if any, they will save on auto insurance expenses if Rep. Pete Lund’s (R-36th) plan for “reforming” or dismantling Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system becomes law. …

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