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"


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