Advocacy

We Care About Your Rights under Michigan Auto-No Fault Law

Michigan residents enjoy a unique health care benefit as part of the auto insurance coverage in this state, and we believe this is a model for the nation.

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.

John Prosser II Radio Appearance on what No-Fault Insurance Means to The People

Featuring John Prosser, Vice President Health Partners Inc.

Michigan’s Big Show Radio Program Hosted by: Michael Patrick Shiels

Featuring: John Prosser, Vice President, Health Providers Inc. George Sinas, MSU Law Professor Fred Nader, Co-Owner, Walk the Line Rehabilitation

Inside Macomb Part 2 of 2 Guest Host: John Prosser II, Health Partners

Featuring Mark O’Halla, President and CEO, Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center John Cornack, President, Eisenhower Center, President of the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN)

Inside Macomb Part 1 of 2 Guest Host: John Prosser II, Health Partners

Featuring Mark O’Halla, President and CEO, Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center John Cornack, President, Eisenhower Center, President of the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN)

Inside Macomb, Hosted by Ted Wahby, Macomb Co. Treasurer. Part 2 of 2

Featuring John Prosser, Vice President, Health Providers Inc. and Damon Sorensen, VP, CFO, Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center

Inside Macomb, Hosted by Ted Wahby, Macomb Co. Treasurer. Part 1 of 2

Featuring John Prosser, Vice President, Health Providers Inc. and Damon Sorensen, VP, CFO, Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center

Michigan Auto No-Fault Reform Debate is Discussed on Michigan’s Big Show Radio Program

Michael Harris, Executive Director of the Paralyzed Veterans of Michigan shares his personal story. John Prosser II of Health Partners, Inc. is also featured.

Michigan Auto No-Fault Reform Debate is Discussed on Michigan’s Big Show Radio Program

Featuring Dr. Owen Pearlman of Trinity Health Associates and John Cornack, President of the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault.

Michigan Auto No-Fault Reform Debate is Discussed on Michigan’s Big Show Radio Program

Laura Appel, VP of Federal Policy & Advocacy for MI Health and Hospital Association joins John Prosser II of Health Partners Inc. and Dr. Owen Pearlman in a discussion about the implications of insurance reform.

Michigan Auto No-Fault Reform Debate is Discussed on Michigan’s Big Show Radio Program

John Prosser II of Health Partners Inc. and Dr. Owen Pearlman discuss the implications of insurance reform.

How Michigan’s Auto No-Fault coverage works and why it was created.

John Prosser II is interviewed by Michael Patrick Shiels on Michigan’s Morning Show

Head-to-Head Part 2: CPAN's Side of Auto No-Fault Reform

John Prosser II speaks on behalf of CPAN during an interview on The Tony Conley Morning Show. This piece is a follow up to a previous segment that that featured insurance lobbyist Pete Kuhnmuench. Prosser questions the insurance industry's justification for desiring no-fault reform, pointing out that the catastrophic claims fund has continued to increase despite claims of increasing costs.

Head-to-Head Part 1: The MCAA's Side of Auto No-Fault Reform

Mr. Pete Kuhnmuench, insurance lobbyist, is interviewed on the Tony Conley Morning Show. He believes that the no-fault system needs repair in order for the catastrophic claims fund to stay healthy.

Citizens Research Council Presents Paper on Health Care Costs Associated with Auto-No Fault: "A Narrow View"

Nicole Bradshaw of the CRC of Michigan is heard on the Tony Conley Morning Show (AM Radio 1320 WILS) discussing their recent paper on health care costs associated with Michigan's Auto-No Fault insurance.  She describes the report as having a "very narrow view" and clarifys that only the medical costs were researched and that no other factors the make up an auto-insurance premium were considered in the study.  The CRC is an independent study and does not take a position on the reform issue.

The CRC Report on Auto No-fault Medical Costs - Not The Whole Picture.

John Prosser II is interviewed on the Tony Conley Morning Show (AM Radio 1320 WILS) about the report recently released by the Citizens Research Council on auto no-fault medical costs. In the interview, Prosser notes how the study does not address collision costs (approx. 50% of a policy) or insurance company profitability. The Citizens Research Council also claimed that it contacted interested parties in developing the report, but CPAN - an industry association that represents more than 30 different interested parties - was not contacted.  Prosser also points out that the 
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