We all know that car insurance is important. But sometimes, in an effort to save money, people will buy the bare minimum. Unfortunately, this could end up costing them more in the long run if they’re involved in an accident. The following is a excerpt from our article The Bare Minimums Could Leave You Bare on why buying the bare minimum auto insurance is a risky move, and what to focus on instead. What To Do If You Can’t Afford Full Coverage Finding a good balance
If you’re a driver in Michigan, you’ve no doubt heard that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) has acted upon Governor Whitmer’s call to return surplus funds to Michigan auto policyholders and will begin the process of refunding $400 per vehicle to Michigan drivers who were insured as of 11:59 pm on October 31, 2021. Updated 3.22.2022 Governor Gretchen Whitmer has directed
Keeping up with the most current information surrounding the No-Fault Reform can be challenging. Today we will cover exactly how benefits are prioritized in this update. What is Changing? PIP – Personal Injury Protection (PIP) will be transitioning to tiered levels of coverage. Drivers will have the ability to choose from various tiers that best fit their individual needs. These offerings include:
With the new no-fault auto reform, drivers will need to understand the difference between how their health insurance vs. auto insurance covers medical expenses in case of an injury during an accident. In this article we’ll explain those differences and also take an in-depth
No-Fault Reform and Your Employees With the upcoming changes to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance, drivers will have the option to select lower coverage limits, which will result in a greater reliance on their employer-sponsored health coverage.
We understand the no-fault reform can be confusing, and its unclear what coverage you need, or how much it’ll cost. In this article we’ll help explain why we recommend electing higher limits and purchasing
We understand the no-fault reform can be confusing, and its unclear what coverage you need, or how much it’ll cost. We can help. What is Changing? PIP – Personal Injury Protection (PIP) will be transitioning to tiered levels of coverage. Drivers will have the ability
We understand the no-fault insurance reform can be confusing, which is why we’re dedicated to advising our clients on their options. We’ve created two white papers on the topic of no-fault reform and benefits plans, one for organizations with fully insured plans and one for organizations with self-funded plans. Read More