Health Partners works hard as a consumer advocate to protect against attempts by insurance companies to reduce the coverage available under Michigan Auto No-Fault insurance law. In fact, we’re so passionate about this system that we are one of the founding members of the NeuroTrauma Association, an advocacy organization with the singular goal of spreading the lifetime coverage model to other states.

John Gwynne Prosser II, Vice President of Health Partners, Inc, also serves as the President of the NeuroTrauma Association. He is active with the legislature and media both in Michigan and in other states, and spends much of his time advocating for this system. John encourages everyone to learn about their benefits, or lack thereof, and to take action. By becoming an informed advocate of this law and educating your legislators, friends, family, and local media, you can make a difference in the outcome of this important cause.

John Gwynne Prosser II also authored the book, “The Educated Consumers Guide to No-Fault Automobile Insurance”. You can purchase this book at www.authorhouse.com.

Survey: Michigan Voters Want MCCA Transparency, Support State's No-Fault System

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
A survey of Michigan citizens shows support for the extensive benefits available under Michigan's unique auto no-fault law. Citizens would like to see the financial records and rate-setting data prior to changing the system.

Ten Year Trends: Crash Rates Declining

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
2011 Michigan traffic crash facts as provided by the Office of Highway Safety Planning.

The Big Picture: Traffic Crashes

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
2011 Michigan traffic crash facts as provided by the Office of Highway Safety Planning.

The MCCA: Does It Offer a Way to Achieve Affordable Health Insurance Coverage For All?

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
This whitepaper argues that the MCCA should be a model for health insurance in Michigan, given it's ability to consistently pay out claims while building up reserves.

Traumatic Brain Injuries by County

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Approximately 3,214 Michigan citizens are hospitalized each year for auto-related Traumatic Brain Injury.

Unanswered Questions About the Pros and Cons of Reforming Michigan's No-Fault Auto Insurance Law

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Jay Greene of Crain's Detroit Business asks open ended questions about the potential results of proposed no-fault reforms.

What is the MCCA Trying to Hide?

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
There have been many claims of MCCA unsustainability, but available data suggests otherwise.

Why Other States Should Adopt Michigan Auto No-Fault

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
5 quick points on how Michigan's no-fault model serves more than just the catastrophically injured.

Auto No Fault Reform: What are They Hiding?

Audio File posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
CPAN seeks transparency and full disclosure of the facts surrounding Michigan auto no-fault reform.

John Prosser II Gives Mitch Albom a No-Fault Update (3/06/13)

Audio File posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
John Prosser II discusses the current status of the Ingham County lawsuit as well as the BIA Legacy Dinner.

Medical Bills are the No. 1 Cause of Bankruptcy

Audio File posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
John Prosser II talks about a Harvard research study which states that unpaid medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcy.

Status Update on Lawsuit to Reveal MCCA Data

Audio File posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
The Insurance Coalition is remaining strong in their desire to keep the MCCA books closed.