NO-FAULT AUTO REFORM
Changes are Coming for Michigan Auto Insurance
On May 20, 2019 Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed and passed Senate Bill 1, also known as the No-Fault Auto Reform Law. While the intention of this bill was to lower premiums for our insured drivers, the coverage insureds were extended also change and some people who had coverage under the prior law may find they no longer do. Additionally, the bill made changes to Michigan’s unlimited Personal Injury Protection coverage and now provides each insured a choice in the amount of coverage they wish to purchase. Understanding these changes and what they mean are of utmost importance in making sure that you are selecting the right coverage options for your needs.
We know that understanding these changes and choices can be difficult. We are hosting two seminars in April to provide additional information and answer any questions you may have.
We will be hosting informational seminars on No- Fault Reform. Dates and times are to be determined and subject to change. If you would like to be contacted with dates and times please send an e-mail and one of our agents would be happy to add you to our seminar list.
The information above should not be construed as legal or professional advice. It is based on information gathered from carriers, news resources and sources we believe reputable. Please consult your agent to discuss specific terms, coverages, conditions, exclusions and amounts.