Michigan drivers are demanding
Consumers want relief from rising auto insurance premiums.
Michigan drivers are demanding auto no-fault be reformed and it’s high time lawmakers act to bring relief to consumers saddled with some of the highest auto insurance premiums in the country.
Auto insurance companies and a bipartisan group of leaders and lawmakers are joining together to fight for changes that have been blocked by special interests that profit from the status quo. Now is the time for lawmakers to roll up their sleeves, get to work, and pass reforms making car insurance more affordable in Michigan.
Here’s How to Do It:
Create a Fraud Bureau
Create a fraud bureau to reduce insurance fraud and scams, which costs the average Michigan family hundreds of dollars a year in additional premiums.
Reduce Medical Costs and Insurance Premiums
Reduce medical costs and insurance premiums by implementing a fee schedule and allowing auto insurers to pay set rates for medical procedures, just like other insurance companies can.
Lower Insurance Costs
Lower insurance costs by giving people a choice of different levels of medical benefits — much like a cell phone plan or cable TV subscription — so consumers can have the flexibility to choose what works best for them and what they can afford.