Michigan Auto Insurance Rates to Increase In July
According to the Associated Press, Michigan auto insurance policy holders will soon have to pay more in fees as of July 1st. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association raised its fee, which covers seriously injured victims of car accidents, to $125 per vehicle. The charge is a $20 increase from last year.
Since Michigan is the only state that offers unlimited lifetime medical benefits through auto insurance for the seriously injured, the MCCA levies the fee to cover rising medical costs. The fee was actually reduced by $18 last year; however, that was due to investment gains that reversed themselves this year.
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