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Month: March 2015

MCCA Vehicle Assessment Drops for Upcoming Fiscal Year

While the MCCA assessment as decreased, we should not be distracted from the broader issue – transparency. If you have not heard by now, starting July 1, 2015, the per-vehicle assessment made by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) will drop from $186 to $150, a $36 difference. The MCCA determines

Wrong Way Drivers on Mid-Michigan Highways

There have been at least five incidents of wrong-way driving in Lansing since last September. Between 2005 and 2013, there were three. Early this morning, a drunk driver was stopped on I-96 near the Saginaw Highway exit in Delta Township. She was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes, and had

Are Stepchildren covered under a Stepparent’s No-Fault Policy?

Stepparents and stepchildren are related by marriage, even after the child’s biological parent dies – as a result, a stepchild is entitled to no-fault coverage Most of us wouldn’t question the familial ties that are created between stepparents and their stepchildren. But, what happens when a child’s biological parent (who

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Pedestrian Deaths on the Rise in Michigan

What might be causing them, and what you need to know to protect yourself in the event you are involved in a pedestrian accident. On Michigan Radio’s website is an interesting, yet alarming, article on the rise of pedestrian deaths, not across the nation, but specifically in Michigan. In fact,