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Confused about the difference between Broad and Standard Collision?
Broad Collison vs Standard Collison
Which Insurance Company has the cheapest auto rates in Michigan.
When it comes to finding the best auto insurance rates in Michigan, it’s important to understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each driver’s needs and circumstances are unique, so the company that offers the best rates for one person may not be the best choice for another. Here are some of the factors thatContinue reading “Which Insurance Company has the cheapest auto rates in Michigan.”
How Michigan’s No fault reform changed the way Personal Injury Protection is covered.
Did you know that Drivers on an auto policy are not offered the same coverage as a Named insured? Read why this is a very important detail.
Michigan Mini-Tort Law Explained
Because Michigan is a no-fault state, people are often confused as to why fault is assessed in the event of an accident. To the unlicensed individual this can be very confusing. First lets explain that there are two types of Auto Insurance laws in the U.S., No Fault and Tort states. In a no faultContinue reading “Michigan Mini-Tort Law Explained”
No Fault Reform: The Devil is in the Details.
In May of 2019, Gov. Gretchen Witmer signed into law Sweeping changes to our No Fault Law. Most have heard of the savings the law will provide, through new options available on the Personal Injury Protection, a new fee schedule for Medical Claims, Fraud Prevention Measures, and Changes to rating factors. But what is notContinue reading “No Fault Reform: The Devil is in the Details.”
Michigan No Fault Reform
On May 30th of 2019, Michigan Governer Gretchen Witmer signed into law a sweeping change of the States No Fault Laws. Because of Michigan’s unrivaled Unlimited PIP coverage, rates have soared to become some of the highest in the country under the No Fault Law since its inception in 1973. But some have argued thatContinue reading “Michigan No Fault Reform”