Auto No-fault

Brain injury accident survivors find purpose at Cassell & Associates thanks to Michigan’s auto no-fault legislation. Under the legislation, a lifetime of care is provided to victims of auto accidents by their own insurance company, regardless of who was at-fault.  The benefits of auto no-fault are tremendous – a lifetime of funding allows for true healing to be achieved.  Michigan is the only state to offer this unlimited care.  This legislation is vital to the survivors at Cassell & Associates; Cassell would not be here for them if it wasn’t for auto no-fault.

Resources

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan enhances the lives of those affected by brain injury through education, advocacy, research, and local support groups; and to reduce the incidence of brain injury through prevention.

The Michigan No-Fault Resource Provider Directory – Michigan auto accident injury victims are entitled to case management services as a covered benefit under Michigan no-fault insurance laws. As a resource to car accident victims and their families, Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. has listed a number of Case Management Service Providers.

CPAN Blog

The Coalition to Protect Auto No-Fault (CPAN) works to maintain Michigan’s auto no-fault legislation so companies like Cassell & Associates can continue to help accident survivors.  Below is a chronicle of their continued efforts…

  • CPAN to Mayor Duggan: Comprehensive Auto Insurance Reform Must Protect Accident Survivors
    Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's announced this evening during his State of the City Address that he would urge Lansing lawmakers to support major reforms to Michigan's auto insurance system. In response to Mayor Duggan's comments, the Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault (CPAN) President John Cornack issued the following statement: "We agree th […]
  • Lame Duck No-Fault Bill Would Treat Uninsured Seniors and Children as Second Class Citizens, Harm Accident Survivors' Families
    CPAN is urging all members to CALL their Michigan lawmakers today and tell them to vote NO on the proposed last-minute Lame Duck no-fault legislation. The proposed bill would cap injury benefits for uninsured children and seniors, limit family-provided attendant care for catastrophic accident survivors and create a biased fraud authority. * Michigan House of […]
  • CPAN Derides One-Sided Lame Duck Auto Insurance Bills
    The Michigan Legislature are considering a last-minute bill today that would drastically impact the state's no-fault auto injury system while benefitting insurance companies.
  • Choice is good, but not at the expense of critical health care benefits
    Our friends at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan said in a recent Facebook post, "lame duck session is coming and is scarier than Halloween." Unfortunately, this year, that's turning out to be true. Late last week, Representative Jason Sheppard, R-Temperance, introduced legislation - HB 5951 - that once again puts Michigan's no-fau […]
  • CPAN Receives Top Honors at MSAE Diamond Awards
    PLYMOUTH, MICH. - CPAN, Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault earned the top honor - The Diamond Award - in the category of Diversified Revenue for the CPAN Auto No-Fault Provider Directory at the Michigan Society of Association Executives' (MSAE) 15th Annual Diamond Awards. The ceremony was held Thursday, Sept. 13, at the Inn at St. John's in Plymout […]

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