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George Sinas Talks CPAN's FOIA Lawsuit with Tony Trupiano
CPAN General Counsel George Sinas was interviewed this morning on First Shift with Tony Trupiano about our FOIA lawsuit against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association.
Published: 01/27/12

CPAN Legal Counsel Discuss No-Fault FOIA Lawsuit
Yesterday, May 1, members of the House Insurance Committee introduced HB 5587, HB 5588 and HB 5589, Auto N-Fault bills that prohibit PIP benefits for those injured during commission of a felony, persons injuring in a vehicle taken unlawfully that had knowledge that the vehicle was taken unlawfully, or if intoxicated, etc.
Published: 01/24/12

CPAN Files FOIA Lawsuit to Access Auto No-Fault Data
LANSING - The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) filed a lawsuit today against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to obtain vital information so lawmakers can understand whether the state's auto no-fault system should be changed in the drastic way the insurance industry has proposed.

Published: 01/23/12

CPAN Files FOIA Lawsuit to Access
LANSING–The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) filed a lawsuit today against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to obtain vital information so lawmakers can understand whether the state’s auto no-fault system should be changed in the drastic way the insurance industry has proposed.
Published: 01/23/12