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Michigan No-Fault Auto Reform Law

On May 25, 2019, the Legislature passed a new Michigan No-Fault law known as Senate Bill 1, or what we commonly refer to as “no-fault auto reform” This new law fundamentally changes Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance Law and will go into effect on July 1, 2020.  There are parts of this law that are beginning to trickle down through your insurance company regarding order of priority/who get’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Benefits from your auto policy.  We go into more details about these changes in our videos below.  Please take some time to watch through them if you are interested in how this new law will impact you and your family.  If videos aren’t your thing, hop on over to our Frequently asked questions and read through the information we have for you there.
Auto Reform FAQs

No-Fault Auto Insurance Video Series

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Summary of what No-Fault Reform means to Michigan drivers
Why your savings might not be as high as expected

Helpful Documents

PERSONAL INJURY PROTECTION (PIP) vs. YOUR PERSONAL HEALTH PLAN

Information and Questions you should ask yourself when considering your options.

Blogs for you to read and share

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