Column: Time to fix no-fault insurance

Nearly 45 years ago, Michigan lawmakers decided to eliminate skyrocketing auto premiums and out-of-control lawsuits by adopting a no-fault auto insurance law. Little did they know the law they’d just created would, in the end, be responsible for thousands of confusing court cases, more than 350 new “corrective” pieces of legislation, and insurance rates that are among the highest in the U.S.

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