Michigan auto insurance refund deadline is today

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Insurers are required to issue their $400 checks to applicable policyholders no later than today. The auto insurance refund deadline insurers have to issue the $400 refund checks to their customers has arrived. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced last week that $2.2 billion had yet to be issued. During the second half of April, about 1.2 billion in auto insurance refund checks had been issued, according to Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services data. Around $3 billion is intended for redistribution to drivers in the state who had active…

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Michigan auto insurance coverage rate change deadline is coming

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State leaders are encouraging residents to do so before the amnesty period runs out and rates increase. Michigan state leaders are pushing for uninsured drivers in the state to get their auto insurance coverage fast before premiums start rising when the amnesty period expires. The amnesty period is a component of the no-fault reform legislation in the state. The new legislation became effective in July 2020. The amnesty period was put in place to provide uninsured motorists with a reprieve, giving them the chance to obtain their legally required auto…

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Auto insurance reform details unveiled for Michigan

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The new plans for a no fault system have now been unveiled in the hopes of driving rates down. Drivers in Michigan have just received news regarding the reform package for the auto insurance system in the state, which is meant to lower the skyrocketing premiums that they are paying. At the same time, data was revealed regarding a $14 billion catastrophic accident claims fund. The bills for these auto insurance reforms are still drafts, but if they move ahead, they will change the structure of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims…

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Auto insurance overhaul moving to the Michigan House

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The lawmakers will be considering a change to the system to cap payouts for catastrophic injuries. After passing out of committee along party lines, last week, legislation for placing a cap on auto insurance catastrophic injury payments at $1 million is now headed to the House in Michigan. Should the bill pass, it would eliminate the unlimited lifetime medical benefits for accident victims next year. It would mean that anyone injured in an accident as of January 1, 2014, will have a limit to the payments that will be available…

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Auto insurance system changes in Michigan arise in Legislature

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The overhaul is meant to be a massive one that will help to combat systemic issues. The official introduction of the proposed changes to the no fault auto insurance system in Michigan was finally made to the legislature this week, to help to repair a number of issues that are keeping costs extremely high for consumers. The state has the second most expensive premiums for driver coverage in the entire country. Rep. Pete Lund (R-Shelby Township), made the introduction of the bill (HB 4612), in order to place a cap…

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Auto insurance set to rise in Michigan

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Auto insurance fee set for 6% increase on July 1 The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association, a non-profit, state-backed organization that helps support the auto industry, has announced that drivers can expect to pay more for their auto insurance coverage beginning this year. According to the organization, the annual fee that is associated with auto insurance policies will rise by 6% on July 1 of this year. This fee is levied on policies to help cover the costs of personal injury and the state’ no-fault auto insurance rules. Fee designed to…

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Auto insurance rates are on the rise for Michigan drivers

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The no fault coverage for the motorists across the state is about to become more expensive. The latest reports from Michigan have shown that the cost of auto insurance per vehicle will be increasing by 6 percent, to an average of $186 percent for coverage of injuries resulting from crashes. The increases are expected to be put into place by July 1, said an industry board. The announcement of the new higher fee was made by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA). At the moment, the cost of the coverage…

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