Check out and share this info packed conversation between nationally recognized auto insurance expert Doug Heller and State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo,where they touch on everything from file and use, rates in other states, and the impact of non-driving related factors like gender. Thank you Sherry for continuing to fight for lower rates, and for protecting care for the injured!
It is certainly disappointing to learn that the House will try to ram auto no-fault reform through during the last few days of the lame duck session. Working on such a complicated and controversial issue in which key stakeholders have not seen drafts nor been approached for input is irresponsible at best. However, this session as been full of surprises. YOUR help is needed! Please contact your House and Senate member to express your concern and opposition to this last minute attempt to ram through legislation. You need to act before 5:00 PM on Monday, December 17th to ensure your voice is heard. Click on the link provided here to send an email.
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For nearly 30 years Eisenhower Center has proudly searched for unique and innovative ways to approach rehabilitation. One of our approaches was to open a 68 acre hobby farm as a vocational rehabilitation and residential/day-treatment program in Manchester, Michigan. As a part of this program (which includes a fully stocked wood-shop which would make even the most experienced carpenter envious), we’ve tried to add-on new and exciting vocational opportunities for our clients, including our recently opened Etsy shop.
So if you’re in the market for some beautiful, hand-crafted, and one of a kind gifts for your loved ones (like the barn wood string art pictured here), please check out our Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/MECMarkets. Not only will your loved ones be ecstatic at the gift, you’ll both know you supported a good cause.
For more information about our farm, and how job opportunities for individuals recovering from TBI are created there, please contact Dan Bogosian, at 734 677 0070 x352. Also please check out some of the services we offer in our day treatment program here: http://www.eisenhowercenter.com/services/day-treatment/