RALLY at the Capitol: END THE AUTO NO-FAULT CARE CRISIS NOW! The past few years have undoubtedly tested our resilience, as we’ve faced challenges resulting from the implementation of PA-21 – Michigan’s auto
No honest person can claim Michigan’s auto insurance law is working The only ones benefitting are insurance companies After dispelling the myths promulgated by the insurance industry that everyone is receiving quality
How the current fee cap controls access to care, not costs Part 3 of our series on debunking myths from the insurance industry Our last two segments of Diving Deeper with MBIPC
White Lake Auto Insurance Town Hall Have you selected the right coverage if you or a loved one was severely injured in a crash? Buying auto insurance can be confusing. Relying on
There’s Nothing “Common Sense” About Slashing Reimbursements by Nearly 50% Part two of our series on debunking myths from the insurance industry While it is hard to move on from the
Debunking the most offensive myth from the insurance industry This post is the first post of a series contributed by Tom Judd LMSW, Executive Director of the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council.
Bill would change the appeals system for medical care providers of car crash victims State Representative Julie Rogers has introduced a bill to modify the system for medical care providers to appeal
MBIPC – Delayed Payment – Data Collection Effort Survivors, families and providers are not only dealing with decreased reimbursement and attempting to pay bills, but also to spend time and resources to
Good Faith Bill 329 requires that the insurance industry acts in good faith Michigan Association for Justice Announces Support of Michigan Senate Bill 329 MAJ attorneys played a critical role in
Auto no-fault law pushes a single mom to exhaustion and despair Like many five year olds, Annabelle Marsh loves make-believe games. Today, she’s playing “Day Care,” even though she’s never been to
Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council Issues Letter to Legislators Regarding Recent DIFS Bulletin Tom Judd, Executive Director of the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council, drafted a letter to the members of the
MI Supreme Court: Insurers must continue payments to catastrophically injured car crash survivors The Michigan Supreme Court will decide whether changes made to the state’s auto insurance law in 2019 are constitutional.