Michigan auto insurance $400 refunds will arrive by May 9

Michigan auto insurance - Refunds

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that drivers in the state will receive the money by spring. The much-awaited Michigan auto insurance refunds will be headed to driver mailboxes before May 9, according to a recent announcement from Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS). The refund checks for $400 will be headed to motorist mailboxes by this spring. The Michigan auto insurance checks will be issued by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA). Whitmer and the DIFS chose February 1, National Auto Insurance Day, to issue…

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No-fault insurance bill arrives at the Michigan Legislature

Michigan’s Legislature has begun reviewing a number of bills that would transform the state’s auto insurance laws. State lawmakers have been attempting to confront the issue of excessive auto insurance rates and stem the tide of fraud that is inundating the streets. Amongst a sleuth of new regulations that would curb rate hikes, legislators will be hearing a bill regarding changing the state’s auto insurance into a no-fault system. The bill has already garnered a breadth of support from consumer advocacy groups. Currently, Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance is required…

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Michigan: New fees being charged on car insurance

Michigan drivers will be facing assessment fees to be instituted by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) beginning this summer. These fees are meant to help insurance companies cover the cost of disastrous injuries resulting from auto accidents. The MCCA claims that the fee is necessary to offset the huge financial loss facing insurers who provide coverage for victims of accidents whose care exceeds $500,000. There has been some scrutiny in the past over the MCCA’s actions, much of which has been focused on the organizations lack of accountability and…

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