Lawmakers Applauded For Attempting To Fix Catastrophic Care Insurance Laws Fri, 12 Nov 2021 06:00:59 EST
The Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council applauded a group of bipartisan lawmakers for their efforts to help auto accident survivors through the release of narrowly tailored legislation, but stressed that more action is needed to end Michigan's catastrophic care crisis.
Lawmakers introduced a package of technical fixes to Michigan's auto insurance law in response to overwhelming evidence that the reform package passed in 2019 is having a devastating impact on catastrophically injured auto accident victims and the providers who care for them.
The bills will give families more flexibility to provide compensated care for their loved ones, remove certain services from the 45% cut, help providers who are consistently being denied payments from insurance companies, and ensure motorcyclists receive the coverage they need when they are injured.
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