Michigan Supreme Court to take on car insurance case

30 September, 2022
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Michigan Supreme Court to take on car insurance case

The Michigan Supreme Court will take on the car insurance case as drivers may have to repay a portion of the $400 refund they received from their insurance companies in 2022.

The new law puts caps on what medical providers can charge those catastrophically injured before 2019.

The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association put out a bulletin that says everybody will be charged a minimum of $48 to a max of $122 per vehicle starting in July of 2023 because of an anticipated deficit.

“For what, one time,” said DJ Kraniak.

The fund is the same one that paid out checks of $400 to every Michigander in 2022 who had auto insurance because of the change to the auto no-fault law.

“An accountant didn’t do the math correctly, and now we have to pay it back because of their mistakes,” Kraniak said.


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