NO-FAULT REFORM

The first No-Fault Act amendments became effective June 11, 2019—with additional amendments becoming effective July 1, 2020. We make it easy for you to navigate the complexities.

JUNE 11, 2019

First No-Fault Act amendments are effective

JUNE 25, 2019

ICLE Community blog posted

SEPTEMBER 2019

New on-demand seminars, featuring no-fault experts Steve Sinas and Matt LaBeau

APRIL 2020

ICLE's 7th Annual No-Fault Summit (Partners save $50)

JUNE 2020

Michigan No-Fault Automobile Cases book revision (a year ahead of schedule)

JULY 1, 2020

Additional amendments are effective

Here’s an overview of the resources we’ve developed and curated to help you stay on top of everything. Stay tuned for more updates as new resources become available.
Get Multiple Perspectives—New On-Demand Seminars
“No-Fault Reform: Parts 1 and 2”
Experts Steve Sinas and Matt LaBeau share insights from both sides in this two-part series. Navigate the changes, from what you need to know now—to what’s coming down the road.

No-Fault Reform Part 1
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No-fault reform will require both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the first of our two-part series, our experts cover PIP coverage levels, third-party liability, order of priority, and the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan.
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No-Fault Reform Part 2
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No-fault reform will require both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the second of our two-part series, our experts cover litigation, out-of-state residents, IMEs, and the new fee schedule for reimbursements.
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Quick Insight on How to Prepare for Reform

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Jordan M. Jones from Michigan Auto Law: start learning about life care plans.
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Rana D. Lange from Kopka Pinkus & Dolin PLC: brush up on the area of bodily injury.
Attend Hot Sessions at Live Events
No-Fault Summit, 7th Annual
April 23–24, 2020

This can’t-miss event is happening not long before additional amendments become effective. There will be no better place to chat with colleagues and get the latest on reform and more.
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Health Law Institute, 26th Annual
March 12–13, 2020

The Health Law Implications of No-Fault Reform
Thursday, March 12
4:40–5:15pm
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Gear Up for a Revised Bestseller—Expedited to June 2020
Michigan No-Fault Automobile Cases: Law and Practice (PRINT AND ONLINE BOOK)
Author Bob Logeman, a no-fault groundbreaker, and ICLE staff lawyers are working tirelessly to get this book revision to you ahead of schedule.
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