In 2019, the Michigan Legislature passed major changes to the Michigan Auto No-Fault Insurance Law. The law is now more complicated and confusing than ever. The law is no longer focused on providing people with lifetime auto medical expense coverage for their care, recovery, or rehabilitation. Many people injured in auto accidents will now have limited no-fault medical expense coverage or none at all. Medical providers will be forced to accept drastically reduced payments for auto accident medical care, and the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services has been given the power to work with insurance companies to regulate people’s auto accident medical care.
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Quarterly Case Summary Reports
The quarterly case summary reports provide an overview and statistical breakdown of the notable cases and developments.
Each report shows a chronological anthology of Michigan’s case summaries over a specified three-month time frame and allows people to easily understand and track the Michigan no-fault appellate cases that have been decided.
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