MI Catastrophic Claims Association Raises Rates 6% Yet Again

Michigan No-Fault Law has recently come under heavy scrutiny by republican lawmakers claiming that reform is required to stave off insolvency to the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association Fund.  As a reminder, the MCCA fund is created through residents taxes and is responsible for paying injured car accident victims’ medical expenses once the medical costs rise…

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When Litigation is Needed in a Workers’ Compensation Claim

Most of the time, employees have no difficulties recovering from injury at the workplace.  Unfortunately, there are times when your injury will be contested directly by your employer or within your state’s workers compensation process.  This denial of workers comp benefits usually occurs when you have a severe injury and it’s apparent that your recovery…

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Lawmakers Approve Changes to Michigan Medical Marijuana Law

Just when you thought the Michigan Marijuana Laws couldn’t get any worse or more confusing, lawmakers gave their approval on 4 different bills which will clearly have a large impact on current card holders as well as new applicants.  The bills were aimed to increase regulations surrounding the law and to “clarify” some points which…

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