A photo of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signing into law an overhaul of Michigan’s car insurance system on Mackinac Island. (May 30,2019)
This morning (Thursday May 30th), Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed into law sweeping changes to Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law. While we are all excited for the upcoming changes we wanted you to know this law does not take effect till July, 1st 2020. We will make every effort to keep you updated and provide educational material on what this will mean to you over the next 13 months.
Look for future updates, including a more detailed look into the coming changes to no-fault auto insurance.
Thank you very much for trusting Olivier-VanDyk for your insurance needs.
Press, The Associated. “Michigan Governor Signs Overhaul to Cut High Auto Premiums.” WOODTV, WOODTV, 30 May 2019, www.woodtv.com/news/michigan/michigan-governor-signs-overhaul-to-cut-high-auto-premiums/2039111077.
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