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|CPAN Board Votes to Remove Hospital Association from Coalition|
he Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) announced today that, the Executive Committee of its Board of Directors unanimously voted to expel the Michigan Health and Hospital Association (MHA) from its membership. The vote occurred after the close of the lame duck legislative session, during which MHA sought to broker a deal with the auto insurance industry that would have ...
Brain Injury Association of Michigan President Tom Constand Urges Lawmakers a No Vote on Lame Duck No-Fault Bills
Just as they thought we weren’t looking, a group of legislators have proposed legislation that would drastically change Michigan’s Auto No-Fault system. These changes are objectively worse for all Michiganders, especially the most vulnerable in our community: children and seniors.
Lame Duck No-Fault Bill Would Treat Uninsured Seniors and Children as Second Class Citizens, Harm Accident Survivors’ Families
CPAN is urging all members to CALL their Michigan lawmakers today and tell them to vote NO on the proposed last-minute Lame Duck no-fault legislation. The proposed bill would cap injury benefits for uninsured children and seniors, limit family-provided attendant care for catastrophic accident survivors and create a biased fraud authority.
• Michigan House of Representatives: 517-373-0135
• Michigan State Senate: 517-373-2400
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Tell Your Lawmakers NO on Lame Duck No-Fault Bill
The insurance industry is attempting to push through a last minute bill that would have dire consequences for Michigan's no-fault system. Please contact your lawmaker TODAY!
CPAN Derides One-Sided Lame Duck Auto Insurance Bills
The Michigan Legislature are considering a last-minute bill today that would drastically impact the state’s no-fault auto injury system while benefitting insurance companies.