Office of Financial and Insurance Regulation Archive

  • LETTERS: Don’t ignore no-fault reform

    LETTERS: Don’t ignore no-fault reform

    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 […]

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  • It’s Time to Reduce Rates, Continue to Provide the Best Coverage in the U.S. and Protect the Future of No-Fault Insurance in Michigan

    It’s Time to Reduce Rates, Continue to Provide the Best Coverage in the U.S. and Protect the Future of No-Fault Insurance in Michigan

    Lansing, Mich. – The Michigan Insurance Coalition today called on the Coalition Protection Auto No-Fault (CPAN), the Trial Lawyers and others making a living off the No-Fault insurance system to join in the effort to save No-Fault by helping make it more affordable for all drivers. Last week, Kevin Clinton, Commissioner of the Office of […]

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  • OFIR’s Tips on Coordinating Auto and Health Policies

    OFIR’s Tips on Coordinating Auto and Health Policies

    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 […]

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