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Michigan Auto Law

Auto Accident Related Deaths for Teens on the Rise

The number of teenage drivers dying in auto accidents is on the rise, according to a new study released this week. Specifically, 240 teen drivers died nationally between January and June of 2012, a jump of more than 19% from the 202 who lost their lives during that same period

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)

Injuries Related to an Auto Accident are Hard to Predict

The Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Act has been in effect since 1973. It is without a doubt the most expansive system in the nation, providing life-time medical benefits for those injured in auto accidents.  In other words, an accident victim who is injured will, for the rest of his or

Proving Insurance Coverage with Cell Phone

NEW PROPOSAL MAY ALLOW MICHIGAN DRIVERS TO PROVE THEIR INSURANCE COVERAGE WITH THEIR CELL PHONE A new proposal in the Michigan Senate would allow Michigan drivers to prove that they have insurance coverage on their vehicle by displaying an electronic proof of insurance certificate on their cell phone, tablet, or