Auto No-Fault Law Blog

Working Class Pays More For Michigan Auto Insurance

Working Class Pays More For Michigan Auto Insurance

News From The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) Lansing, MI (August 1, 2017) – Good drivers can face premium hikes of more than $1,200 per year for Michigan’s state-required minimum auto insurance coverage due solely to their level of education, job title and whether they own their home, according to new research commissioned by the […]

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Provider Bill & Treatment Records Satisfied No-Fault Notice Requirement

Provider Bill & Treatment Records Satisfied No-Fault Notice Requirement

Michigan Supreme Court: PIP claim not barred by statute of limitations In a ruling that is a victory for accident victims and their medical providers, the Michigan Supreme Court has held that an insurer wrongly denied PIP benefits to an injured claimant because the bill and treatment records the medical provider had sent the insurer […]

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CPAN: Michigan Should Investigate Auto Insurance Redlining In Detroit

CPAN: Michigan Should Investigate Auto Insurance Redlining In Detroit

News From The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) LANSING – The independent nonprofit journalism organization ProPublica recently published a report examining auto insurance premiums and payouts in California, Illinois, Texas and Missouri. The report finds that insurers charged as much as 30 percent more for premiums in zip codes where most residents were minorities, compared […]

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