Our current no-fault law allows hospitals and other medical providers to bill auto accident patients three to five times as much as they bill other patients for the exact service. This is costing our no-fault system millions of dollars every month and Michigan drivers are getting stuck with the tab through higher auto insurance rates.
Lawmakers are working on legislation that will protect unlimited lifetime medical benefits, crack down on fraud, stop hospitals from overcharging auto accident patients, and lower auto insurance premiums. We can protect and save Michigan’s no-fault system and still provide the highest level of auto insurance coverage in the country while cutting costs to consumers to make it more affordable, but we need your help.
Let your legislators and local newspapers know that you support reforming Michigan’s no-fault insurance system. No-fault reform legislation will:
- Stop medical providers from overcharging auto accident patients and ripping off the system.
- Preserve unlimited lifetime medical benefits.
- Lower auto insurance rates.
- Cut down on insurance fraud.
If you need help getting started, we’ve created talking points and sample letters for you to use as a guide. You can use the talking points to help craft your letters and personalize them with your own comments.
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Help us preserve our no-fault system at a price we can all afford!
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We can protect and save Michigan’s no-fault system and still provide the best auto insurance coverage in the country while cutting costs to consumers to make it more affordable, but we need your help. Contact your state lawmakers and let them know that you support reforming Michigan’s broken no-fault insurance system. Click here to email your state Representative and Senator expressing your support for reforming Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws.
Let your community know that you support reforming Michigan’s no-fault insurance system and reduce the cost of auto insurance for all Michigan drivers. Click here to write a letter to your local newspaper editor expressing your support for reforming Michigan’s no-fault insurance system. Letters to the editor should be between 50 and 100 words and should include your name, phone number, and city or county of residence.
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