How You Can Help

Help Us Protect Michigan Auto No-Fault System

CPAN is only as strong as the hard work each of our members put in each year to stand up for fair auto insurance rates and quality injury coverage for accident victims. Here are a 10 ways you can help protect Michigan’s no-fault benefits for all Michiganders.

learning-01Step 1: Learn More

Learn more about the issues CPAN is following and how they impact accident victims.

Step 2: Write your Legislators

Write a letter to your state senator and representative telling them you want fair auto insurance rates and improvements to Michigan’s no-fault system that protect injury coverage for Michigan accident survivors.

Step 3: Share your Story

Share your personal story with CPAN and your representatives.

mobile-app-01Step 4: Download our App

Download the FREE CPAN Michigan Legislative App for your smart phone to search for your representative or senator. (Android App on Google Play and Iphone App in the App Store). Search CPAN Michigan Legislative App.

Step 5: Write a Letter to the Editor

Write a letter to the editor of your local paper discussing the impact of auto no-fault legislation. (Contact CPAN to get you started.)

join-01Step 6: Join our coalition

Join CPAN and support our efforts in the courts, inside the capitol and across the state.

shaking-hands-01Step 7: Invite your legislators to visit

Invite your legislators to your facility or a tour your operations if you are a provider.

thumbs-up-01Step 8: Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter

Social media is one of the best ways to stay up to date on the latest CPAN information. Make sure to find us on Facebook: /protectnofault or follow us on Twitter @protectnofault

share-01Step 9: Share our Facebook posts and Tweets

Don’t just follow us. Share the information with your network and encourage your friends and family to do the same.

share-01Step 10: Share this List

Share this list of ways to help protect Michigan’s no-fault system for accident victims with friends, family and colleagues.