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New Research Finds Several Large Auto Insurers Penalize Drivers with Less Education, Working Class Occupations and Rented Homes Lansing – Good drivers can face premium hikes of more than $1,200 per year for Michigan’s state-required minimum auto insurance coverage due solely to their level of education, job title, and whether or not they own their home, according to new research commissioned by Michigan’s Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault (CPAN). The study, which tested premiums in eight different cities and towns … read more

The Detroit Free Press posted a story this week detailing a complex scheme between Southeast Michigan doctors and lawyers to illegally profit from Michigan’s no-fault system. The report is based on an affidavit from Dr. Ram Gunabalan, which details a coordinated series of kickbacks between attorneys and health care providers treating auto accident victims. CPAN President John Cornack recently sat down with WJR radio host Frank Beckmann to discuss the Free Press reports and why stopping auto insurance fraud is … read more