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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Governor Snyder pushes for lower rates through comprehensive reforms Lansing, Mich. – The Michigan Insurance Coalition agrees with Governor Rick Snyder that now is the time to reform Michigan’s no-fault insurance to make auto insurance affordable for all Michigan families. In tonight’s State of the State address, Governor Snyder said, “We are the tenth most […]
By Susan Tompor Detroit Free Press Personal Finance Columnist Some Michigan drivers are being warned that they may have bought fake auto insurance through the Tennessee Christian Motorist Aid, according to state regulators. The Michigan Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation ordered Marvin Graber and Tennessee Christian Motorist Aid to cease and desist from conducting […]
Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA)DISCUSSION The unlimited, lifetime medical benefits available to a seriously injured person under Michigan’s auto no-fault system can result in millions of dollars being paid for the care of one person. Just a few of these claims could cause serious financial difficulty for a single insurer. Insurers regularly protect themselves from large claims by purchasing […]