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Letter from AAA Auto Insurance President
The September-October newsletter from AAA auto insurance includes a letter from the company's president, in which he confirms many of CPAN's positions.
Published: 09/23/13

Take cautious steps on auto coverage
Lawmakers should make small improvements to no-fault insurance and assess results.

As reform of no-fault auto insurance appears to be gaining interest again in the Legislature, it seems timely to remind lawmakers that there are options for improvement without throwing out the entire system.
Published: 09/17/13

CPAN Response to Secretary of State Anti-Fraud Announcement
CPAN has issued the following statement in response to today's announcement by Secretary of State Ruth Johnson on her office's effort to crack down on auto insurance fraud:
Published: 09/16/13

State officials taking aim at auto insurance fraud
Michigan officials and law enforcement authorities say they're cracking down on fraudulent auto insurers and Michigan drivers who purchase their policies through a new initiative called Fighting Auto Insurance Rip-offs, or FAIR.
Published: 09/16/13

Secretary of State Johnson Announces Initiative to Fight Insurance Fraud
Secretary of State Ruth Johnson's message to Michiganders was clear, Monday. Auto insurance fraud is not okay.

It started with a one-day snapshot on July 31st, when the Secretary of State office had its branches across the state verify insurance for every registration renewal. The results were alarming.

"Over 16 percent of the insurance certificates brought into our offices were bogus," said Johnson.

Published: 09/16/13

Don't Be Fooled by Insurance Industry's Latest Attempts to Mislead the Public
Many CPAN members have likely seen messages distributed by a group calling themselves "Stop Overcharging" that claims to be upset about hospital billing rates. There are three things everyone should know about this campaign...

Published: 09/09/13