Michigan Officials Warn Of Possible Scams With Upcoming Auto Insurance RefundsThe Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is warning consumers of possible scams related to upcoming refund checks being issued by the state's Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA).
Whitmer: Michigan Drivers Receiving $400 Refund Checks No Later Than May 9, 2022Officials said the refunds will be issued to policyholders for every vehicle that was insured as of 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2021.
Michigan Drivers To Receive $400 Refund Checks Per Vehicle In 2022, Whitmer SaysDrivers are expected to receive checks in the second quarter of 2022, Whitmer and the Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) announced on Tuesday.
MCCA Votes In Support Of Issuing Refund Checks To Michigan DriversAccording to a statement from the association, details on the specific refund amount per vehicle, as well as proposed timeline and logistics, will be announced in the next few weeks.
Michigan Gov. Whitmer Calls For $5 Billion Insurance Refunds For DriversOn Monday, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called for refunds to be swiftly issued to drivers who pay for unlimited coverage of medical bills in car crashes.
Auto Insurance Fee For Catastrophic Injuries Rising To $160Michigan is the only state that requires drivers to buy unlimited medical benefits.
Brain Injury Association of Michigan Files Sues MCCA For Injury DataThe Brain Injury Association of Michigan Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association to obtain vital financial information, specific claimant records and actuarial standards under the principles of Michigan’s common law on behalf of all auto-insured citizens and all catastrophically-injured survivors across the state.
Auto Insurance Fee Rekindles Michigan Law DebateAn increase in the amount Michigan drivers will pay into a fund for accident victims with brain damage, paralysis and other catastrophic injuries is renewing a call by some lawmakers for more transparency in how the rates are determined and broader insurance reforms.