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Be Wary of Those Calling for No-Fault “Reform”

Be Wary of Those Calling for No-Fault “Reform”

Often, those no-fault “reforms” will do more harm than good for those who could benefit from no-fault the most: each and everyone one of us. While another week has gone by without any legislative action on Michigan no-fault reform, specifically SB 248, a version of which is now stalled on the House floor, the issue […]

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Posted in: Auto No-Fault Insurance, Auto No-Fault Reform, Grand Rapids, Michigan, MCCA, Michigan Auto Law, Michigan No-Fault Act, Michigan Supreme Court, No-Fault Benefits

The Problems with D-Insurance, the Proposed Detroit Auto Insurance Plan

The Problems with D-Insurance, the Proposed Detroit Auto Insurance Plan

In an effort to combat high auto insurance rates in Detroit, Mayor Mike Duggan has proposed D-Insurance; however, there is much to be concerned about in this plan. In an effort to address the excessively high auto insurance rates that insurers charge Detroiters, the Mayor of Detroit recently issued the “D-Insurance” proposal. This proposal asks […]

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Posted in: Auto Insurance Rates, Auto No-Fault Insurance, Auto No-Fault Reform, MCCA, Michigan Auto Law, Michigan No-Fault Act, No-Fault Benefits

Fact-checking the “Fact Checkers” on Michigan Auto No-Fault Reform

Be sure you can distinguish fact, fiction during SB 248 debate There is so much information to keep up with during this latest no-fault reform debate stemming from Michigan SB 248. As the bill is just one vote away from changing the no-fault system as we know it, it is important that everyone, whether you’ve been involved […]

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Posted in: Auto Insurance Rates, Auto No-Fault Insurance, Auto No-Fault Reform, MCCA, Michigan Auto Law, Michigan No-Fault Act, No-Fault Benefits

An Update on Michigan SB 248: Will the House Pass this No-Fault Reform Bill?

An Update on Michigan SB 248: Will the House Pass this No-Fault Reform Bill?

Michigan SB 248, which would “reform” the no-fault insurance system, will likely be debated and voted on in the House this week. Update, 4/30/15: We have launched a new page dedicated to the current no-fault reform efforts surrounding SB 248. We will keep that page updated as the bill progresses. Quite a bit has happened […]

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Posted in: Auto Insurance Rates, Auto No-Fault Insurance, Auto No-Fault Reform, Firm News, Lansing, Michigan, MCCA, Michigan Auto Law, Michigan No-Fault Act, No-Fault Benefits

Grand Rapids Auto Attorney Breaks Down SB 248

Tom Sinas, Grand Rapids attorney, gives an overview of what SB 248 provides – and how it hurts Michigan consumers (but not insurance companies) Once again, auto no-fault “reform” is on our minds, ever since the Michigan Senate passed SB 248 in whirlwind fashion late last week. The bill is now being considered by the House, […]

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Posted in: Auto Insurance Rates, Auto No-Fault Insurance, Auto No-Fault Reform, Firm News, Grand Rapids, Michigan, MCCA, Michigan Auto Law, Michigan No-Fault Act, No-Fault Benefits

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