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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.  This new law fundamentally changes Michigan’s auto No-Fault Insurance Law.  Governor Whitmer signed these sweeping changes into law on May 30, 2019.

Michigan’s No-Fault Auto Insurance law has now undergone substantial and very significant changes that will affect every driver in Michigan.  This page is dedicated to keeping you up-to-date and in the know so that you can make the best choices for you and your family.  We pride ourselves in educating our clients and this is another opportunity we have to share what we know with you.  Please watch our videos and browse our resources so that you too can have a better understanding of your current auto policy and how it will change with the new No-Fault Law.  The primary goal of these videos is to get you interested enough to have a GOOD conversation with your insurance agent and make GOOD decisions that protect your future!

As always, feel free to contact our friendly team of licensed agents to talk about your auto policy over the phone or in person at any of our five locations.  Make our state’s no-fault reform work for you!

No-Fault Auto Insurance Video Series

Larry starts with Vol 1 discussing how Michigan’s No-Fault Auto policy will change on July 1, 2020.  From there you can watch:

  • Vol 3, Vol 4 and Vol 5 to better understand how the auto policy works today, which will help you appreciate the changes created by the No-Fault reform.
  • Vol 6 to learn how to improve your insurance buying process and the level of communication you have with your agent.

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No-Fault Auto Reform Videos

Auto Insurance Policy Videos

Blogs for you to read and share

Helpful Links

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

Helpful Documents

Unlimited PIP vs. PIP with Limits

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