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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

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

Lansing auto attorney briefs media on Michigan SB 248

Steve Sinas, Lansing attorney and CPAN General Counsel, briefed media outlets on impact of SB 248. As a result of Senate Bill 248, there has been a flurry of action over the past couple of days in the auto no-fault realm, taking place right here in Lansing, Michigan. Our Lansing

MCCA Vehicle Assessment Drops for Upcoming Fiscal Year

While the MCCA assessment as decreased, we should not be distracted from the broader issue – transparency. If you have not heard by now, starting July 1, 2015, the per-vehicle assessment made by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) will drop from $186 to $150, a $36 difference. The MCCA determines

Will The MCCA Ratemaking Process Remain Secret?

Lansing no-fault attorney believes Michigan residents have the right to know the MCCA ratemaking determination In September 2014, Lansing auto accident attorney George Sinas, general counsel to the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN), appeared on WJR’s The Frank Beckmann Show. George was joined by Jay Angoff, a former Missouri Insurance Commissioner

Court Denies MCCA’s Motion to Stay Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit

VICTORY FOR MICHIGAN CONSUMERS! COURT DENIES MCCA’S MOTION TO STAY FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT LAWSUIT At a hearing on February 28, 2013, Ingham County Judge Clinton Canady III delivered a victory for Michigan consumers by refusing to stay the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN)