Update 3:35 p.m.
A state House committee has approved major changes to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance.
The legislation would cap medical fees and restrict the kind of care people who are badly hurt in car accidents could get.
As it is now, if someone is catastrophically injured in a car accident, no-fault Personal Injury Protection pays for all necessary medical and rehabilitation expenses.
It’s unlimited, lifetime benefits if necessary.
This new bill would limit medical fees, and it would give motorists the choice to purchase $500,000, $1 million, or $5 million worth of coverage.
After that, you’re on your own.