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?
Stop, look both ways for auto insurance deals
July 21, 2014
Health law raises auto insurance concerns in Michigan
July 5, 2014
Michigan appeals court: Catastrophic Claims Association exempt from FOIA
May 21, 2014
Statement in response to the House Democrats’ election year press conference attacking Michigan’s Auto Insurance industry
May 1, 2014
Michigan voters willing to trade medical benefits for lower no-fault insurance rates
April 23, 2014
High Insurance Forced Detroiter To Dump Car
March 19, 2014
Study: Michigan auto insurance rates up 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
Health law raises auto insurance concerns in Michigan Debate is brewing over how Michiganians who are newly insured under the Affordable Care Act may affect the seemingly separate...
Michigan voters willing to trade medical benefits for lower no-fault insurance rates Voters also support regulating medical bills for auto insurance claims LANSING, Mich. – Michigan voters believe that it is more...
High Insurance Forced Detroiter To Dump Car At 67, Ifraj Schkoor, a longtime Detroit resident like most people her age anywhere would be expected to live a...
Everybody wants a discount on car insurance. Why else would we watch the Esurance TV ads, where the crazy lady in a beige turtleneck named Beatrice talks about how she shops for car insurance and how she posts vacation photos to her living room wall, instead of mailing the photos to friends, to save money? […]
Chad Livengood Detroit News Lansing Bureau Lansing — The records of an auto insurance industry-run association that covers medical costs for catastrophic accidents is exempt from Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act, the state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. Hospitals, physicians and trial lawyers have been trying to pry into the records of the Michigan Catastrophic […]
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 […]