Is No-Fault Auto Insurance To Blame For High Rates, Fraud?

 Monday, September 12, 2016

 The Pew Charitable Trusts

Michigan House members returned to work this week to decide whether they’ll give the state’s motorists a break on their highest-in-the-nation auto insurance premiums. In doing so, they’ll decide whether to dilute the nation’s most stringent no-fault auto insurance law, which requires drivers purchase coverage that provides unlimited lifetime medical benefits, and continue a trend among states of altering or even scrapping their no-fault laws. For many Michigan motorists — who pay on average $2,738 a year, more than double the national average — the decision would appear simple enough.
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