‘No-Fault, Traditional Auto Insurance, and Reform’

“NPR’s Bill Chappell has a story on Michigan providing a $400 refund to Michigan drivers for each vehicle that they own. Refunds were possible because the legislature instituted reforms last year that saved Michiganders a lot of money on auto insurance. Michigan is one of approximately a dozen states that retains some form of no-fault auto insurance law. For years, Michigan has also had the highest auto insurance rates in the nation. The major reform allowed drivers to choose how much personal injury protection medical coverage they want when they purchase or renew a policy …” (more)

[TortsProf Blog, 13 December]

First posted 2021-12-14 09:00:20

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