Michigan no fault insurance

LANSING, MI -- The Senate Insurance Committee on Wednesday moved a bill that would make major changes to Michigan's no-fault law after adopting substitute language that stakeholders and even one legislator said they hadn't had a chance to read. (MLive)

L. Brooks Patterson says fellow Republican has become very arrogant. Patterson also criticizes proposed reforms to no-fault auto insurance

Bill passed Insurance Committee on party-line vote, bill's sponsor says it faces "an uphill battle"

WMUK

Governor Snyder has proposed revamping Michigan's auto insurance system. It would cap damages from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims fund at $1-million. 

Reform has been proposed to curb insurance costs, some victims oppose limits to personal injury protection benefits