Preserving Michigan’s No-Fault Insurance System – Prevention is Cheaper than the Cure
August 10, 2017
One of Michigan’s precious jewels is currently in danger of being stolen. In 1973 Michigan legislators, in a stroke of genius, created the most comprehensive system of protection in the nation for people injured in car crashes. The no-fault personal injury protection law mandated that auto insurance companies pay for all needed rehabilitation and care for life and without limits. Michigan is the only state in the nation that provides this level of coverage.
Our Michigan system is currently under attack by some politicians, insurance companies and newspapers. They say our system is too expensive and needs to be limited. They want to limit how much and the quality of care you receive, and how much doctors can be paid to provide that care.
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