In the past two weeks, two competing auto insurance reform proposals have been announced in Lansing. While both proposals have some level of bipartisan support and both seek to address fraud and rising medical costs to treat accident victims, there are some significant differences that will impact all stakeholders in Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system. Look for a more comprehensive legal analysis of the Duggan Bill HB 5013 soon from the Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault. For more information on the Duggan bill, and the CPAN sponsored alternative, please visit the link below:

Way Too Many Faults in Mayor Duggan’s No-Fault Reform Proposal