The Michigan Insurance Coalition is a Lansing-based, state property-casualty trade association. MIC’s members are insurers who annually underwrite more than $3 billion in insurance premiums in Michigan. Most of MIC’s members have their national headquarters located right here in Michigan — proudly employing thousands of Michigan residents directly and contracting with thousands of individual agents to help serve their customers.
The Michigan insurance industry employs more than 60,000 people.
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Podcast: Kurt Gallinger discusses Michigan’s skyrocketing auto insurance costs on the Tony Conley Morning ShowClick here to listen to the entire podcast.
Crain’s Detroit Business Editor: I am greatly disappointed to read the Feb. 25 opinion on potential no-fault reforms (“No-fault reform: No data, no deal”). Rather than analyzing the facts surrounding the structure, purpose and operations of the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association as well as the need for substantive reforms to Michigan’s unique automobile no-fault insurance […]
The Detroit News By Chad Livengood Detroit News Lansing Bureau Lansing — Gov. Rick Snyder caught the attention of auto insurers in his State of the State address last month when he said Novi’s car insurance rates are among the highest in the country. Snyder, a self-professed data nerd, cited statistics from Runzheimer International that […]
LANSING – When purchasing automobile insurance, many Michigan drivers will be offered a discount from their auto insurance company if they coordinate their auto policy with their health coverage and wage loss or disability coverage. Michigan’s no-fault law requires auto insurers to offer a discount on the personal injury protection portion of the premium if […]