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Auto Insurers Support D-Insurance, So Why Would You?

Lawmakers have been pushing no-fault reforms on Michigan citizens for years under the guise of “saving money.” But when auto insurers support a plan like D-Insurance, you have to ask yourself, saving money for whom?

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No-Fault Reform Comes Back to Lansing in 2017

Advocates for auto accident victims have been fighting against ill-conceived no-fault reform over the past few years. And the fight is heating up again in 2017.

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Rep. Sheppard’s No-Fault Reform Bill is No Good

Michigan State Representative Jason Sheppard (R-Temperance) has introduced yet another no-fault reform bill. With its caps on coverage, the bill is no better than its predecessors at protecting Michigan motorists. That is to say, it’s no good.

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Crain’s Detroit Pushes for Transparency in No-Fault Reform

Whether no-fault reform will happen in 2016 remains to be seen. But commentators at Crain’s Detroit are arguing that one thing needs to come first: transparency.

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Michigan House Makes No-Fault Reform a Priority For Fall

Republicans in the Michigan House of Representatives have made clear that when the session resumes this fall, amending the Michigan No-Fault Act is going to be a top priority. But no-fault reform is a controversial, and complicated issue, and lawmakers should make sure they take their time and get it right.

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