Press Release posted on March 19, 2013
House Bill 4936 of 2011 introduced the largest proposed changes to auto no-fault to date. Changes would have included a cap on benefits at the discression of the policyholder. Drivers could purchase varying cap levels from $5 million to as low as $250,000. Attendant care would have been limited in hours and compensation. Definitions of allowable expenses would have been revised, as would the definition of "serious impairment of body function." This bill would have dismantled Michigan no-fault as we know it.