Crain's Detroit Business: Quicken, Lear and DTE Lobbying for Auto Insurance Reform

Posted on November 01, 2017

A Nov. 1, 2017, article in Crain's Detroit Business looks at the lobbying effort surrounding House Bill 5013, which would drastically alter Michigan's auto no-fault law. In particular, the article examines lobbying efforts by some leaders within Michigan's business community. 

In comments about why the MHA and its member hospitals continue to oppose the bill, MHA Senior Vice President of Advocacy Chris Mitchell said the bill's $25,000 personal injury protection is "extremely low" and the proposed Medicare-level payment schedule for medical providers is "woefully inadequate."

"We are working very diligently to make sure House Bill 5013 is defeated," Mitchell is quoted as saying. " We strongly believe that this bill is entirely flawed."

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  • Crain's Detroit Business: Quicken, Lear and DTE Lobbying for Auto Insurance Reform

Tags: auto no-fault, House Bill 5013, Chris Mitchell, government-mandated fee schedule, PIP

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