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.
Who Supports No-Fault Reform?
High Insurance Forced Detroiter To Dump Car
March 19, 2014
Study: Michigan auto insurance rates ip 8.6 percent
Auto thefts in city, state decline
March 5, 2014
House Republicans renew push for no-fault auto insurance reform
February 20, 2014
Detroit has highest car insurance rates in the country, Grand Rapids is third, website says
February 4, 2014
Patients’ Costs Skyrocket; Specialists’ Incomes Soar
January 20, 2014
Study: High auto insurance rates prevent Michigan from being more economically competitive
December 3, 2013
Car insurance rates on the rise
November 24, 2013
Video: Preserve our no-fault system at a price we can afford
November 14, 2013
TAKE ACTION: Stop hospitals from gouging auto accident victims
November 12, 2013
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Study: Auto Insurance Rates Up 3 Percent Car and homeowners insurance climbed in almost every state in 2013, with Michigan having the biggest jump for auto coverage and Oklahoma for home protection, according to a new report. Research and consulting firm Perr&Knight says auto insurance rates rose nationwide by an average of 2.5 percent last […]
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Michigan’s overall economic competitiveness is improving, according to the results of a second annual public policy study conducted by Northwood University on behalf of the Michigan Chamber Foundation. “Michigan is on an aggressive comeback path,” said Dr. Timothy G. Nash, of Northwood University, who led the study. “Clearly, when you look at Michigan’s competitive position […]