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|Analysis Raises Red Flags About Recent MCCA Rate Increase|
The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) released today the results of a recent analysis of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Associationís financial statements. CPANís analysis finds no basis behind the MCCAís recent $30 rate increase, or the insurance industryís claims that changes to Michiganís no-fault insurance system are needed to control costs or protect the solvency of the MCCA.
Rep. Oakes No-Fault Town Hall -- March 22
State Rep. Stacy Irwin Oakes will hold a town hall meeting in Saginaw on March 22 to discuss proposed changes to Michigan's auto no-fault system.
Michigan Radio reporter wins State Bar of Michigan award for insurance series
In early February, CPAN nominated Michigan Radio reporter Lester Graham for the State Bar of Michigan Wade H. McCree, Jr. Award for the Advancement of Justice...
Auto No-Fault Statewide Town Hall Meeting
Join CPAN on Wednesday, March 28, for a statewide town hall meeting about proposed changes to Michigan's no-fault system.
A look into the mind of an auto insurance executive
A recent article in the insurance industry online publication provides some very honest and disturbing insights into how insurance executives view Michigan's no-fault system.
Kalamazoo No-Fault Town Hall Meeting: March 12
The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault will hold a town hall meeting in Kalamazoo on March 12 to discuss how proposed changes to our state's no-fault system will impact accident survivors, health care providers and taxpayers.