Michigan Interfaith Coalition hosts Memorial Service for those who have died as a result
of complications due to the reform of the Auto No-Fault law

Families and friends gathered at Central United Methodist Church in Lansing on Tuesday afternoon to honor and celebrate those who lost their lives in the wake of Michigan’s no-fault insurance reform.  These caregivers are asking state lawmakers to help restore the funding that is so critical to the care of their loved ones.  The change in Michigan’s law has slashed the reimbursement for long-term care nearly in half, leaving families with few options for the 24/7 care that is needed.

More information about the gathering is available from WLNS-6 and FOX-17 television channels, as well as Michigan Radio (NPR):

‘Enough is enough’: advocates seek no-fault changes [WLNS.com]

Families gather, remember lives lost after no-fault auto insurance reform [fox17online.com]

Car crash survivors who died after losing care are memorialized in service at Lansing church [michiganradio.org]