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Reforming Michigan's auto insurance reforms (ft. Brandon Hewitt, Michigan Auto Law)

Michigan’s 2019 auto reform hasn’t worked out as expected. Brandon Hewitt from Michigan Auto Law joins us to talk about a step forward the state legislature is taking, and some ways to look at actually reducing the costs of auto insurance. Website: Feedback as always – dailydetroit – at – gmail – dot – com or 313-789-3211 Follow us on Apple Podcasts:  Or Spotify:  Thanks to our...

Part of Michigan's 2019 no-fault auto insurance reform was ruled unconstitutional. What's next? (ft. Todd Berg)

Attorney Todd Berg from Michigan Auto Law joins me to talk about the impact of the Michigan Court of Appeals ruling last week that part of the massive no-fault auto insurance reform passed in 2019 was deemed unconstitutional. So what's next? What about catastrophic claims? Did we misguidedly give away too much from the claims fund? What about when crash victims who have been getting services since before the 2019 reform - when might they get help? And what about costs, have they gone down for d...

Detroit Takes A First Step Toward City-Sponsored Car Insurance

Anyone who lives in the D knows that car insurance rates are higher than the surrounding suburbs (over and above the State of Michigan being one of the most expensive states in the nation for auto insurance and Metro Detroiters paying 165% more than the national average). One way to help out Detroiters (and make it more attractive to live in the city) is to bring down the cost of auto insurance. This was talked about in various speeches by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan during the election, but unt...

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