Michigan auto insurance


(MPRN-Lansing) The state Supreme Court will hear arguments on its opening day about whether Michigan’s Freedom of Information Act applies to a fund that was created by the Legislature, but operated by auto insurance companies. 

The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association has come under greater scrutiny as lawmakers debate changing state's insurance system


State House Speaker Jase Bolger says he thinks reform of Michigan's no-fault auto insurance system could happen by the end of the year. 

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.