Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel said the fact that Lansing is suddenly taking up auto insurance limits means priorities are skewed.
A coalition fighting proposed changes to Michigan’s auto insurance laws filed a lawsuit Monday seeking claims information from an association that handles medical bills for seriously injured accident victims.
State Senator Glenn Anderson, a democrat from Livonia, spoke at a town hall meeting on the issue, saying if approved, it’ll end up costing every taxpayer in the state.
The Michigan legislature is considering changes to the state’s no fault insurance law. But protesters in Southfield say: “Keep your hands off”.
The Michigan Chamber of Commerce released a study showing significant reforms are needed to protect Michigan’s valued no-fault automobile insurance system from collapse and keep premiums competitive with other states.