CPAN: We need to crack down on fraud throughout the no-fault system, including insurance companies that deny legitimate claims
Cornack: We can lower Michigan premiums without depriving accident victims of care
LANSING, Mich.—(April 23, 2019)— John Cornack, president of the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN), issued the following statement in response to today’s news report regarding a lawsuit filed by Allstate.
“CPAN strongly believes that Michigan needs reforms to reduce fraud throughout the no-fault system – whether its committed by providers, attorneys or the insurance companies that wrongly deny legitimate claims. We can lower Michigan’s too-high premiums without depriving accident victims of essential care by implementing common-sense, bipartisan solutions, including a fair and funded fraud authority, tighter regulations over insurance companies and their rating practices, and a fee schedule for medical providers. CPAN remains committed to protecting Michigan consumers and fighting on behalf of all Michigan drivers.”