News & Urgent Action Alerts
Posted Feb 2nd, 2016
This is a copy of the reply brief prepared in response to the initial briefs submitted to the Court of Appeals on January 11, 2016 by the MCCA.

Posted Feb 2nd, 2016
This is a copy of the initial brief submitted to the Court of Appeals on January 11, 2016.

Posted Feb 2nd, 2016
This is a copy of the brief prepared in response to the initial brief submitted to the Court of Appeals on January 11, 2016 by CPAN.

Posted Feb 2nd, 2016
This is a copy of the MCCA's initial brief submitted to the Court of Appeals on January 11, 2016.

Posted Dec 17th, 2015
The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) is proud to announce that on Wednesday, Dec. 9, Administrative Director Martha Levandowski was awarded the Catalina Andres Humanitarian Award for her ongoing and tireless efforts to advocate on behalf of auto accident survivors.

Urgent Action Alert
Posted Dec 14th, 2015
State Representative and House Insurance Committee Minority Chairman Brian Banks (D-Detroit) today announced the introduction of two bills that offer a strong alternative to D-Insurance. These bills would lower rates for Michigan drivers while maintaining the life-saving personal injury benefits provided by the current no-fault system.

Posted Nov 20th, 2015
A recent EPIC-MRA survey found that 54 percent of Michigan general election voters oppose Senate Bill 288 (D-Insurance) while only 33 percent support. The proposed law would severely limit the medical care available to Detroit drivers injured in auto accidents to a total of $250,000 in critical medical care, and just $25,000 of care once a patient is stabilized. Click the link above to get the full results.

Posted Oct 16th, 2015
The Michigan Supreme Court issued an order today vacating a recent decision by Michigan Court of Appeals, which held that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) was not subject to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Urgent Action Alert
Posted Jul 15th, 2015
Anyone who has read the July 9 Detroit News opinion column by insurance industry executive David Poe pushing for auto insurance reform may want to take a step back and consider the credibility of the source and the motivations behind the message. We found so many false or misleading statements that we felt it important to address them one-by-one.





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The Michigan No-Fault System Is Under Attack!
Help us Preserve Your Auto No-Fault Benefits!

The insurance industry has introduced legislation that, if enacted, would fundamentally change the basic nature of the Michigan auto no-fault system.

Michigan insurance companies want to cap your injury and rehabilitation auto insurance benefits (known as Personal Injury Protection), which they say will save drivers about $10 per month for one year.  

Here’s what insurance companies are not telling you about this legislation:

  • The insurance industry-backed legislation will result in little savings -- just $10 per month for ONE YEAR ONLY. After that, there are no guarantees of long-term savings. 
  • Drivers will have to purchase MORE insurance to protect themselves from underinsured drivers.
  • Seriously injured drivers will be FORCED onto welfare programs to pay for their care once their auto insurance hits the proposed limits, costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars each year.

View a full analysis of the insurance industry's legislation, House Bill 4612, by clicking the link below:

Summary Analysis of HB 4612

 

Help CPAN Protect Our Auto Insurance Benefits!

Visit our advocacy page to learn how you can help CPAN fight your the rights of accident victims and protect our model no-fault system.

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