Greater Lansing Business Monthly: Auto Insurance Reform Hits Roadblock in House

Posted on February 01, 2018

An article in the February 2018 issue of Greater Lansing Business Monthly features a recap of legislative action on House Bill (HB) 5013, legislation that would have revamped Michigan's current auto no-fault system. The bill, which was opposed by the MHA and other no-fault supporters, was defeated in a 45-63 vote in the Michigan House of Representatives. 

In comments to the Detroit Free Press that were reprinted in the article, MHA CEO Brian Peters said that the House did the right thing in rejecting a bad bill.

“We know that Michigan drivers want lower rates when it comes to their auto insurance premiums, and we would welcome the opportunity to work with legislators if and when they decide to go back to the drawing board when it comes to meaningful rate relief for drivers that protects benefits available to those seriously injured in auto accidents,” Peters said.

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