Michigan auto insurance

7:04 am
Fri March 29, 2013

Michigan car insurance rates rise again

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The increase is a lot smaller than the 30 percent hike vehicle owners faced in 2012.
Lansing - Michigan motorists will see a modest increase in their auto insurance premiums starting in July to pay for rising costs associated with the state's catastrophic accident fund. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association's board Wednesday hiked its annual assessment $11 to $186 for each insured vehicle in the state to cover major medical claims and chip away at an estimated $2 billion deficit in the fund.
6:31 am
Fri March 8, 2013

Reform for Michigan's no-fault insurance system introduced in state Senate

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Reform has been proposed to curb insurance costs, some victims oppose limits to personal injury protection benefits
LANSING, MI -- Michigan's unlimited personal injury protection coverage would be capped at $50,000 under legislation introduced in the Senate on Thursday. Michigan is the only state to offer unlimited lifetime medical care for auto-related injuries under its no-fault auto insurance system.