Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) News

Michigan High Court Rejects Appeal Over Auto Insurance Fund Records

There will be no sunlight on the records of an auto insurance fund that touches every Michigan driver. The Michigan Supreme Court has turned down an appeal from a coalition of health care, labor and consumer groups. The groups want …

Michigan Bill Calls for Transparency from Catastrophe Claims Assn.

A bill introduced in Michigan would require transparency and detailed financial and actuarial information from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to be published on the association’s website. House Bill 4752, introduced by Rep. Derek Miller (D-Warren), would require the …

Regulator to Lawmakers: Leave Michigan CCA Funds Alone

Michigan’s top insurance regulator has taken a stance against a bill that would allow lawmakers to appropriate money for road projects from the state-created mechanism to reinsure unlimited medical benefits provided for in the state’s no-fault system. In a statement, …

Michigan Governor Unveils Auto Insurance Plan

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Republican lawmakers have unveiled a proposal to end unlimited lifetime coverage for medical expenses tied to auto accidents. Drivers now pay $175 per car per year to cover catastrophic injuries, and the fee is rising …