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11.27.12 John Prosser and John Cornack talk with Michael Patrick Shiels about auto no-fault
Listen to John Prosser and Michael Patrick Shiels talk about auto no-fault and the lame duck legislative session.
Published: 11/29/12

Survey: Michigan Voters Want MCCA Transparency, Support State’s No-Fault System
Lawmakers have spent nearly two years debating the insurance industry's proposed cuts to Michigan auto no-fault insurance benefits and whether to impose government price controls on health care providers. A new survey, however, shows that their efforts may be better focused on improving the transparency of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association and getting tough on insurance fraud.
Published: 11/29/12

Survey: Michigan Voters Want MCCA Transparency, Support State’s No-Fault System
Lawmakers have spent nearly two years debating the insurance industry's proposed cuts to Michigan auto no-fault insurance benefits and whether to impose government price controls on health care providers. A new survey, however, shows that their efforts may be better focused on improving the transparency of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association and getting tough on insurance fraud.
Published: 11/29/12

Nov. 27, 2012 CPAN delivers letter to leadership
CPAN sends a letter to leadership and copies all legislators urging them not to use this lame duck period as an excuse to rush through ill-conceived and short-sighted changes to Michigan's model no-fault system.
Published: 11/27/12

The decision is now in the hands of the Michigan Supreme Court in the case of Admire v Auto Owners.
Oral arguments were heard on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.
Published: 11/21/12

Your help is needed. Please urge our legislators to refrain from hasty changes to auto no-fault during the volatile Lame Duck session.
Please take a few minutes to write your Michigan legislators and urge them to refrain from making changes to Michigan's Auto No-Fault Law during the Lame Duck session. The MCCA data is still not accessible. In addition, there are many healthcare changes pending and the affect of these changes on the auto no-fault system are unclear at this time.

For help with a letter and to locate your senator and/or representative click on: CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATOR on the left side of the home page.
Published: 11/19/12

No-Fault Bills May See Action in the Michigan Senate!
Over the last several days, CPAN has shifted its legislative focus from the Michigan House to the Senate in response to information we have received that the auto no fault changes being advocated by the insurance industry could possibly be voted on in the Senate Insurance Committee. We have been told that Senator Hune (Chair of the Sen. Insurance Committee) would move to discharge HB 5701 (anti fraud bill) from his committee...

Published: 11/06/12