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Michigan No-Fault Reform Must Be Fair And Affordable

Michigan No-Fault Reform Must Be Fair And Affordable

The Fair and Affordable No-Fault Reform Package — House Bills 5101-5111 — has been formally introduced in the state Legislature. The measure offers long-lasting Michigan no-fault reform. The Fair and Affordable No-Fault Reform Package is among the most comprehensive Michigan no-fault reform measures to be introduced in the past decade. The package is a clear […]

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House Bill 5013: The End Of No-Fault As We Know It

House Bill 5013: The End Of No-Fault As We Know It

Editor’s Note: House Bill 5013 failed to pass the Michigan House of Representatives on November 2, 2017, by a 45-63 vote. As part of the ongoing no-fault reform efforts in Lansing, House Bill 5013 was introduced in the Michigan Legislature on September 26, 2017. The no-fault reform proposal has primarily been touted as a way […]

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Michigan Needs “Fair And Affordable” No-Fault Reform — Not Coverage Caps

Michigan Needs “Fair And Affordable” No-Fault Reform — Not Coverage Caps

News From The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) Lansing, MI — A bipartisan group of state lawmakers recently announced a comprehensive no-fault reform package aimed at improving Michigan’s auto insurance system. The legislation, called the “Fair and Affordable No-Fault Reform Package,” will soon be introduced in the state Legislature. “Fair And Affordable” No-Fault Reform Has […]

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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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