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Wednesday, 22 May 2019 16:24

Ionia County, MI, Legislators' Share Thoughts on Auto Insurance Reform

Written by Elisabeth Waldon, Daily News
From left to right, Sen. John Bizon, R-Battle Creek, Rep. Julie Calley, R-Portland, and Rep. Thomas Albert, R-Lowell, spoke about auto insurance reform during Thursday’s Ionia County Republican Party meeting. From left to right, Sen. John Bizon, R-Battle Creek, Rep. Julie Calley, R-Portland, and Rep. Thomas Albert, R-Lowell, spoke about auto insurance reform during Thursday’s Ionia County Republican Party meeting. Courtesy of Daily News / Elisabeth Waldon

Index

New limits on attendant care stop one of the most common abuses and frauds that drive up costs for everyone else.

 

DIFFERENCES FROM MICHIGAN SENATE PLAN

 

Lower rates: Guaranteed rate rollbacks.

 

Lower medical costs, better care: New, additional standards for specialists to provide better care to injured drivers; and post-acute brain/spinal injury providers must be nationally accredited to be reimbursed.

 

Choices for drivers: Adds the unlimited option (no change from current) and the $500,000 option.

 

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