Auto insurance records access creates battle in Michigan

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Groups in the state feel that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association is not adequately transparent. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) fund is at the center of a considerable controversy when it comes to its transparency, and groups are now trying to boost the access to records with regards to the no-fault auto insurance system in the state. That association is responsible for the assessment of the $186 fee per vehicle fee that is a component of the state’s system. Groups are currently seeking to find a way to force…

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Auto insurance no-fault program in Michigan faces appeal

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The system is going to be headed to the state Supreme Court due to the high rates it has caused. A group called the Coalition Protecting Auto No Fault (CPAN) has filed a lawsuit against a private fund that provides people with reimbursements when they have been seriously injured in vehicle accidents, as they claim that this is driving auto insurance rates higher. The group is seeking to determine how insurance rates are being affected by this practice. The issue that the CPAN is hoping to resolve primarily concerns information.…

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