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No fault insurance debate rages on
Erica Coulston knows the value of Michigan's no fault insurance system better than most.

She was in a serious car accident 12 years ago and became a quadriplegic. Years of medical treatment and physical therapy have made her not only more independent, but more upbeat about the future.
Published: 07/28/13

A Real Discussion on Auto No-Fault Reform
State Rep. Phil Cavanaugh will host a town hall meeting Thursday, July 25, to discuss proposed changes to Michigan's no-fault insurance system.

Published: 07/22/13

Auto insurers don't play fair with customers, study finds
The Consumer Federation of America blasted insurance companies that use education and occupation to set rates for auto coverage, calling it an 'unfair and discriminatory' way to price their policies.
Published: 07/22/13

Rate Increase Highlights Need for Auto No-Fault Transparency
LANSING - As of yesterday, all Michigan drivers had an additional $11 added to their auto insurance policies. The cost increase, which comes on the heels of a $30 rate increase last year, is the result of the insurance industry-controlled Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) increasing the fee charged to every Michigan auto insurance policy. The per-vehicle annual fee is now $186.
Published: 07/02/13