Michigan Auto No-Fault Town Meeting

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Statewide No-Fault
Town Hall
Meeting
There is auto no-fault legislation currently pending in Lansing that would significantly alter Michigan’s current no-fault insurance system. This legislation would cap injury benefits as low as $500,000 for accident victims. Research shows this cap would shift millions onto taxpayers. The bill also requires workers’ compensation fee schedules to be applied to auto injury cases, which would cost Michigan hospitals an average of $10 million annually. While these reforms will provide cost savings for insurance companies, the bill does nothing to require a reduction in costs for consumers.
Join us for this Statewide Auto No-Fault Town Hall to learn more.
Please plan to attend the 


CPAN Auto No-Fault Statewide Town Hall and Annual Meeting
Wednesday March 28 8:45 am to Noon (Registration starts at 8:15 am)
at the Radisson Hotel Lansing 111 N. Grand Avenue Lansing, MI 48933
There is No Cost to attend, but seating is limited to the first 350 people, so sign up early.
To register: click the link in this email or call 517-882-1096.
Presenting Sponsor:
Presentations planned for this half day event include:
Where Does the Legislation Stand?
Kevin McKinney, CPAN Legislative Consultant
The Attack on Michigan’s Model No-Fault System
George Sinas, CPAN General Counsel
Legislators Share Their Perspectives
House Minority Leader Kate Segal, Rep. Mike Callton, & TBA Questions and Answers
Do the Math – The Campaign to Spread the Truth
About the Impact of Destroying
Michigan’s No-Fault System
John Truscott, Truscott Rossman
Your Voice Counts – A Call to Action
Michael F. Dabbs, BIAMI
The Power of Knowing
CPAN Members share their stories of advocacy
While at the Town Hall: Send a letter to your legislator at the CPAN cyber cafe, document your personal story and share it with others at the Faces & Faces Stories video interview booth, make a difference and sign-up at the volunteer opportunities table.
While in Lansing schedule appointments to meet with your legislators.

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