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Cornack: House Speaker Jase Bolger's Auto No-Fault Proposal a Non-Compromise Compromise
House Speaker Jase Bolger today issued several proposed changes to Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance laws, claiming his proposals reflect a “compromise.” Reacting to Speaker Bolger’s proposals and his claims of a compromise, Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) President John Cornack issued the following statement:

“If Mr. Bolger believes these new insurance-industry backed changes to Michigan’s no-fault system are a ‘compromise’ then he must be using a non-traditional definition of the word. Not a single CPAN member has agreed to his so-called reforms,” said Cornack.

Published: 02/20/14

Michigan Supreme Court No-Fault Rulings - Recap

The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault has conducted an analysis of Michigan Supreme Court cases decided under the Michigan Auto No-Fault Act within the past 10 years. From 2003 through 2013, there have been 25 major auto no-fault insurance cases decided by the Supreme Court. Of those 25 cases, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the insurance companies and against the patients or health care providers 21 times.
The following pages provide a brief description of each of these 25 Supreme Court decisions and the impact the case is having on the rights of Michigan’s auto accident victims.
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Published: 02/18/14

While fight continues over what causes high car insurance premiums in Detroit, so too do astronomical rates
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Published: 02/17/14