Michigan UP Town Hall Meetings to Discuss Consequences of the Pending Auto No-Fault Legislation
The proposed legislation HB 4612 would significantly alter Michigan’s current no-fault insurance system and would cap injury benefits at $1 million for accident victims. This legislation passed out of the House Insurance Committee and is now awaiting a vote on the House floor.
Research shows this cap would shift tens of millions of dollars onto taxpayers each year. The bill also requires government-set price controls on what private healthcare providers charge for treating auto accident victims. The Michigan Health and Hospital Association estimates this will cost state hospital systems an average of $10 million annually. While these reforms will provide cost savings for insurance companies, the bill does little to require a reduction in costs for consumers.
The town hall meetings will act as educational forums and discussions about the impacts that this proposed legislation will have on Michigan drivers, auto accident victims, and healthcare providers. Come learn more…
Michigan drivers, medical providers, auto accident survivors and their families, and all interested parties
Scott Dianda, Member of the Michigan State House of Representatives D-110
John Cornack, President of the Eisenhower Center and CPAN
Tim Zwickey, CEO Baraga County Memorial Hospital (Baraga County Town Hall Only)
Kevin McKinney, Legislative Consultant, CPAN
Martha Levandowski, CPAN
Town hall meeting to discuss the impacts of proposed changes to Michigan’s Auto No-Fault System
Wed. Aug. 21 Baraga — Village of L’Anse’s Chamber, 101 N. Mail St. 1:00 pm
Wed. Aug. 21 Crystal Falls — Iron County Court House, 2 S. Sixth St. 6:30 pm
Michigan State Representative Scott Dianda, D-110
Rep. Dianda’s office, 517-373-0850
Martha Levandowski, 517-882-1096