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MCCA Moves to Block Financial Data from Public View
LANSING - The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) was notified yesterday that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) has appealed a recent court ruling that made the organization's rate-setting data open to the public. The ruling, issued by Judge Clinton Canady III, subjected the MCCA to the Freedom of Information Act and requires the fund to publicly disclose how it calculates the assessment charged to every Michigan vehicle when drivers purchase or renew their auto insurance.
Published: 01/18/13

CPAN Response to Gov. Snyder’s Proposed Insurance “Reforms”
LANSING, Mich. - Gov. Rick Snyder proposed in his State of the State speech tonight, that the Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation (OFIR) be turned into a full state department headed by Insurance Commissioner Kevin Clinton. The governor also proposed unspecified changes to the state's no-fault auto insurance system.
Published: 01/16/13

Message from CPAN General Counsel George T. Sinas
As CPAN's General Counsel, I am pleased to report that on December 26, 2012, the Ingham County Circuit Court issued one of the most significant auto no-fault insurance decisions in years...
Published: 01/04/13

Court Order Shines Light on Michigan No-Fault Insurance System
The Ingham County Circuit Court issued an order last week that will bring long-awaited transparency to the Michigan auto no-fault insurance system. The landmark ruling, issued by Judge Clinton Canady III, subjects the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to the Freedom of Information Act and requires the fund to publicly disclose how it calculates the assessment charged to every Michigan vehicle when drivers purchase or renew their auto insurance.
Published: 01/02/13