Chad Livengood – Commentary: As Michigan drivers await $400 refund checks, ‘there’s human suffering happening’
In Crain’s Detroit Business, Chad Livengood writes about the suffering that is happening due to the changes in Michigan’s no-fault insurance laws. He writes:
Michigan’s 2019 auto insurance law is a one-size-fits-all approach to the immensely complicated care of people who have suffered horrific injuries in car crashes, giving insurers…the option to impose a 45 percent cut on at-home nurses and caregivers.
The key word there is option. Insurers have the discretion to pay more than 55 cents on the dollar for what they they paid before the law changed July 1 — and in many cases insurers are in order to sustain the care and lives of crash survivors.
Read Commentary: As Michigan drivers await $400 refund checks, ‘there’s human suffering happening‘ on Crain’s Detroit Business.
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