Michigan Auto Insurance Coalition Seeks Data On No-Fault Insurance

According to the AP, “The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault” or CPAN, has filed a lawsuit against Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to retrieve vital information and statistics to help legislators make decisions that may change the way no-fault insurance is handled in Michigan. At this time House Bill 4936 and Senate Bill 649 are looking at taking away lifetime benefits that are currently available to all Michigan drivers. CPAN hopes this data retrieval will shed some light on what exactly could happen if these changes are made.