Endorsements

Hear what various government officials, experts and citizen advocates have to say on the top of protecting Michigan Auto No-Fault.

Brain Injury Association of Michigan Endorses the Neuro Trauma Association

Mike Dabbs, President of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan, endorses the work of John Prosser II and the Neuro Trauma Association in a letter dated December 1, 2014.

Revisited: 1976 Letter to Governor Milliken from Dept. of Commerce

In 1976, just 3 years after Michigan's groundbreaking Auto No-Fault law was enacted, insurance commissioner Thomas C. Jones released at 30 page report detailing the impact of the legislation on both health care costs and insurance premiums. He states,  "I am pleased to report to you that no-fault has in fact fulfilled your hopes and the hopes of its many other supporters. No-fault auto insurance has provided Michigan's drivers and passengers with more benefits per premium dollar than the insurance system of any other state and has assured that those benefits are distributed more promptly and equitably. This report supports that conclusion in every important aspect."

Mitch Albom Supports Michigan Auto No-Fault

Mitch Albom thanks Health Partners, CPAN, and the BIA for their continued efforts in saving Michigan's comprehensive auto no-fault model.

Mitch Albom PSA

Mitch Albom asks you to consider what if a catastrophic auto accident happened to you.

Birny Birnbaum's Supplemental Analysis

Birny Birnbaum, former chief economist at the Texas Department of Insurance, issues his supplemental analysis of MCCA.

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

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.

John Prosser II Receives Letter of Interest in Michigan No-Fault from Florida (3/11)

Thom DeLilla, Bureau Chief of the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program in Florida, expresses his desire to explore Michigan's model for the care of catastrophic injury.

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

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.

John Prosser II Receives Letter of Interest in Michigan No-Fault from Florida (10/09)

Thom DeLilla, Bureau Chief of the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program in Florida, expresses his desire to explore Michigan's model for the care of catastrophic injury.

Letter From the Father of a TBI Survivor in Florida

Erick Collazo urges Michigan to avoid no-fault reforms that would "destroy the Model which is our National standard."

Draft Letter #1 For Legislators

A potential letter for citizens to send to their legislators discussing the vision of the legislature of the time in crafting such a mutually beneficial model.

Draft Letter #2 For Legislators

Another potential letter that anyone may use to contact their legislators. This letter reflects Rep. Cavanagh's sentiment that legislators need data to make a responsible decision.

Draft Letter #3 For Legislators

A thank you letter to Representatives and Senators for their support of Michigan's auto no-fault model.

Letter to the Editors of the Wall Street Journal

John Prosser II encourages the Wall Street Journal to endorse the Michigan no-fault model.
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