Contact Your State Lawmakers Today
We can protect and save Michigan’s no-fault system and still provide unlimited lifetime medical benefits for injured drivers while cutting costs to consumers to make it more affordable, but we need your help. Let your state legislators know that you support reforming Michigan’s no-fault insurance system.
The Case for Auto Insurance Reform
Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system is in desperate need of reform. Staggering increases in the costs of providing mandated unlimited, lifetime medical coverage as part of our auto insurance policies has pushed the costs of auto insurance 20 to 35 percent higher than neighboring states, increasing the numbers of uninsured drivers to one in every five.
AAA: No-fault reform would not jeopardize MCCA
May 21, 2015
FIB vs. FACT: May 21, 2015
No-fault auto reform needed for Michigan
FIB vs. FACT: May 20, 2015
May 20, 2015
FIB vs. FACT: May 19, 2015
May 19, 2015
Coalition asks TV stations to pull deceptive ads off the air
May 14, 2015
ACTION ALERT: Contact Your Lawmakers Today
April 29, 2015
No-Fault Reform: SB 248
April 21, 2015
The Case for Reforming No-Fault Insurance
April 20, 2015
Senate Insurance Committee passes SB 248
April 15, 2015
AAA: No-fault reform would not jeopardize MCCA With the utmost respect for Mr. Patterson, we would be doing a disservice to our members and customers if we...
No-fault auto reform needed for Michigan Guest column written by Lou Kitchenmaster, an independent insurance agency owner in the greater Greenville area. If you happen to...
Coalition asks TV stations to pull deceptive ads off the air Michigan Health and Hospitals Association is spending millions on TV ads falsely claiming no-fault reform legislation will cut benefits Lansing,...
Don’t be fooled by nonprofit hospital executives who are trying to protect hundreds of millions of dollars in profits by spreading misinformation about the proposed no-fault reform legislation. Hospitals will not go out of business, trauma units will continue to operate, no-fault patients will continue to receive unlimited lifetime benefits, and Michigan drivers will finally […]
Don’t be fooled by hospital executives who are trying to protect more than $1 billion in profits by spreading misinformation about no-fault reform legislation. Hospitals and medical service providers admit they are overcharging auto accident patients to the tune of $1.2 billion per year, which has driven up the cost of no-fault auto insurance.
The proposed changes to Michigan’s no-fault laws will continue to provide the best auto insurance coverage in the nation while controlling some of the factors that drive up costs for consumers and make auto insurance unaffordable for more than 20 percent of Michigan drivers. Hospitals and healthcare service providers have clouded the no-fault reform discussion […]