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.
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.
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