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No-Fault auto insurance rates case to be appealed to Michigan Supreme Court

A group that wants more information on how auto insurance rates are set in Michigan plans to take its case to the state Supreme Court.

mbipc.org

St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor hosts a legislative breakfast Monday at which the topic will be the effort to change Michigan's no-fault auto insurance system.

The meeting is the latest in a series sponsored by the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council.

Attendees will hear from families who have benefited from no-fault insurance coverage for catastrophic auto accident injuries, along with health care professionals, including Dr. Owen Perlman, Medical Director of Rainbow Rehabilitation Centers.

GOP lawmakers try to revive no-fault overhaul

Feb 20, 2014
Michigan Public Radio Network

At the state Capitol, House Speaker Jase Bolger (R-Marshall) says he still hopes to get an overhaul of Michigan's no-fault auto insurance law through the Legislature this year.  He rolled out a new plan to end Michigan's unlimited lifetime medical benefits coupled with the promise of a rate reduction.