CPAN statement on Gov. Snyder’s executive order creating an anti-fraud authority for the State of Michigan

CPAN statement on Gov. Snyder’s executive order creating an anti-fraud authority for the State of Michigan

Cornack: Real fraud prevention must include deny-and-delay tactics used by insurance companies

Lansing, Mich. — Gov. Rick Snyder signed an executive order on Sept. 11 creating an anti-fraud authority affecting the banking sector, health insurance and auto insurance. Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) President John Cornack issued the following statement in response to the order:

“As a consumer advocate organization, CPAN has and will continue to fight for measures to eliminate fraud and abuse on all fronts within the system. CPAN supports the creation of an anti-fraud authority as long as it’s not a lap dog of the insurance industry. We need real fraud prevention, which means also cracking down on the insurance companies that use deny-and-delay tactics when consumers file legitimate claims.”

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