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.

Michigan Auto No-Fault: It's About People

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
CPAN issues a press release detailing the extensive benefits of our auto insurance model, while warning against potential negative ramifications of HB 4936.

Michigan House Bill 4936 -- Is It Genocide?

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Michelle Shafer RN, BA, CBIS discusses the significant impact HB 4936 would have on catastrophically injured accident victims.

Michigan Man, Who Beat the Odds After Car Crash, Fights Against No-Fault Insurance Reform

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Melissa Anders of Mlive interviews Sam Howell and his family about their efforts to save auto no-fault.

Michigan Traffic Crash Decade-At-A-Glance

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
The Michigan State Police provide statistics about traffic crashes over the last decade. Injury crash rates are down significantly.

Michigan Traffic Crash Facts: County Profiles

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
2011 Office of Highway Safety Planning Report

Mitch Albom PSA Background Information

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
This document was sent around with the Mitch Albom PSA to better elaborate on the basics of proposed no-fault "reforms."

New Report on Impact of No-Fault Reforms Collides with Another Report's Conclusions

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Jay Greene of Crain's Detroit Business discusses the "other side" of HB 4936.

Opinion: Auto No-Fault Legislation Has Too Much Risk

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Spencer Johnson, President of the Michigan Health and Hospital Association, shares his view of proposed auto no-fault legislation.

Passion for Compassion Letter

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
John Prosser II writes an open letter as the President of the NeuroTrauma Association of Florida asking others to consider adopting Michigan's auto no-fault model.

Pending Lawsuits Against The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA)

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
The Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault and the Brain Injury Association of Michigan have each filed a lawsuit against the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association.

Quick Facts: MI Liability Premium (Incl. PIP) is only 5% More than National Average

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Michigan drivers get the best auto injury coverage in the nation for only 5% more than the national average.

Rep. Joseph Abruzzo of Florida Requests John Prosser II Testimony For TBI Bill

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Representative Joseph Abruzzo of Florida requests that John Prosser II visit Florida and testify on behalf of a new bill to better care for traumatic brain injuries.

Report: No Fault Changes Would Trim Rates but Cost Jobs

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Jay Greene of Crain's Detroit Business discusses the impact to the Michigan economy if proposed no-fault changes were passed.

Senate Bill 074 of 2011

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Senate Bill 074 of 2011 would subject the MCCA to FOIA and the Open Meetings Act.

Senate Bill 196 of 2011

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Senate Bill 196 of 2011 would allow policyholders to appeal proposed rate increases.

Senate Bill 293 of 2011

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Senate Bill 293 of 2011 is the Senate proposed form of HB 4936, or "PIP Choice." The bill would have allowed consumers to choose from varying levels of coverage beginning as low as $50,000.

Senate Bill 628 of 2011

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Senate Bill 628 of 2011 would prevent insurance companies from setting rates based on where an insured lives.

Stage Set for 'Battle Royal' Between Auto Insurers and Providers Over Cutting Reimbursement Under Michigan's Expansive No-Fault Auto Law

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Jay Greene of Crain's Detroit Business discusses exactly who would benefit from proposed auto no-fault reform.

State Rep Presses for MCCA Data, Transparency

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Rep. Phil Cavanagh asks for the data to justify claims of MCCA unsustainability.

Study: Michigan Medicaid Costs Could Rise by $30 Million in First Year if No-Fault Bill is Approved

Press Release posted on March 19, 2013 by John Prosser II
Jay Greene of Crain's Detroit Business discusses the Public Sector Consultants report that suggests no-fault reform would result in a cost shift to Medicaid while reducing the services available to catastrophically injured accident victims.