Crain’s Detroit Business: Lawmakers push to scrap no-fault auto insurance system altogether

Posted on February 07, 2018

MHA Chief Innovation Officer & Senior Vice President Laura Appel was interviewed by Crain’s Detroit Business on a new proposal to repeal Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance system altogether.

Michigan’s auto no-fault system ensures people who’ve been injured in a car crash (no matter who was at fault) have access to healthcare, physical therapy, job training and more, as they recover from their injuries. The MHA opposes repealing Michigan's auto no-fault system, which would be devastating to Michiganders who are catastrophically injured in a car crash. 

“It absolutely would disrupt people from getting the care they need compared to now," said Appel.

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