New No-Fault Law In Michigan: What To Expect

There is a new Michigan No-Fault law, effective today, July 1, 2020. This is bringing a few changes, such as:

  • Being able to pick different medical coverage under the PIP (personal injury protection) part of an auto insurance policy,
  • An increase in the amount of money you may be sued for under mini-tort coverage,
  • Insurance companies no longer being able to use non-auto-related factors to set your rates, for example, your credit score will no longer apply,
  • And a few other changes, as well.

We at, P.C. want to see you make informed decisions about your car insurance and recommend that you continue to choose the unlimited No-Fault Personal Injury Protection (PIP) option on your policy. This is extremely important; No-Fault benefits are what helps you stay covered for your lifetime in the event you are seriously injured in a catastrophic car accident.

Keep yourself, and your family safe – knowing you can still have access to lifetime benefits, and choose unlimited PIP coverage on your car insurance. A few extra dollars per month is all it requires, and then you can rest easy knowing in the event of a catastrophic accident – you are covered.

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