Thousands of critically injured persons lost necessary care due to No-Fault Auto Reform

Join together to fix THIS HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
Faith Leaders and Religious Organizations: your help is Desperately Needed Now!

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Michigan’s Humanitarian Crisis

 

 

 

 

Michigan citizen survivors from auto crash injuries desperately need the help of faith communities and organizations.

Survivors who are brain injured, quadriplegic, paraplegic and those enduring other horrific injuries are suffering due to the changes in the auto no fault law. There are approximately 18,000 injured citizens who are suffering.

Many of these people require more than 8 hours a day of care. Some require up to 24 hours per day of care.  They are not getting the care needed due to the inhumane changes to the auto no fault law.

faith organizations and individuals, join Now! OUR GOALS:
  • Members of The Interfaith Coalition take initiative to contact legislators.  Encourage the moral responsibility of elected legislators and demand their respect for the dignity of  catastrophically injured, suffering survivors. 
  • REMOVE- 56 hour per week cap for  family provided attendant care
  • RESTORE – 2020 reimbursement rates  for healthcare workers and family members providing attendant care and health services at home.

 

WHY JOIN?

Survivors with catastrophic injuries need spiritual people supporting them to fix auto no-fault.

THIS IS WHAT YOU CAN DO:

  1. STAY informed about the auto no-fault revisions – visit our website often for information and announcements. Check out all the resources.
  2. KNOW your Michigan legislators and how to contact your legislators.
  3. INVITE other religious/spiritual organizations and individuals to join us. Tell others about the Catastrophic Crisis.
  4. PRAY for survivors and families and all who need the auto no-fault revisions to be fixed. Pray for the legislators and MI government officials who can fix it.

JOIN US

Resources

 

 

 

 

For Families

BIAMI Provider Directory

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan keeps a directory of providers for brain injury services, such as psychotherapy, behavioral intervention, and case management.   Phone: 800-444-6443   Website: biami.org/resources/directory-search   Unless noted,

How to File a DIFS Complaint Against Your Insurance Company

    The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is the regulatory body that oversees insurers and is tasked with consumer protection. When disputes with insurance companies cannot be resolved

Paralyzed Veterans of America – Michigan Chapter

The Paralyzed Veterans of America is a a congressional chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, with “unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of our members

Shop Your Policy MI: Why Choosing Full-Coverage Could Affect Your Life

  Shop Your Policy MI Two of Michigan’s largest advocates for auto accident survivors and their care providers, CPAN and MBIPC, have put together a website to help Michiganders understand the potential

 

Family Resources

For Providers

DIFS Bulletin 2022-05-INS – CPI Adjustment for Medical Fees Increased to 5.39% of 2019 Amounts

  2022 CPI Adjustment is Set to a 5.39% Increase Based On Amounts Payable on January 2019 This “bulletin simply supersedes Bulletin 2021-16-INS – which set forth a 4.11% CPI adjustment for

Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services

    The Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) is the regulatory body that oversees insurers and is tasked with consumer protection. Its mission is to “ensure access to safe

The Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault

    CPAN is a major advocacy organization that has been working to protect Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance laws for nearly two decades. Its mission is to “be the consumer advocate for

Brain Injury Association of Michigan

    BIAMI is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “to improve the lives of those affected by brain injury and reduce the incidence and impact of brain injury through advocacy,

 

Provider Resources

Updates

Survey Results: Impact of Cap and Care Limits on Crash Survivors

Survey Results from a Study Tracking Impact of the 55% Fee Cap and 56-hour Family-Provided Home Care Limit on Crash Survivors Following the 2019 No-Fault Auto Insurance Reform The Brain Injury Association

Michigan Interfaith Coalition Calls for End of Humanitarian Crisis Caused by Auto No-Fault Reform

Michigan Interfaith Coalition Calls for End of Humanitarian Crisis Caused by Auto No-Fault Reform ‘State leaders must open their eyes and listen to their hearts’ LANSING, Mich.—(Sept. 28, 2022)—With the latest phase

Crain’s: Legislature isn’t listening on crisis for car-wreck victims

Opinion: Legislature isn’t listening on crisis for car-wreck victims With the recent Court of Appeals decision declaring a draconian fee schedule and invasive family care limits to crash victims injured prior to

Silent Crash Podcast

Silent Crash Podcast A weekly audio documentary created by 1C Story Network, featuring Rebeca Seitz that showcases the horrific stories of what injured survivors are going through since auto reform became effective,

 

Updates