We Care About Your Rights under Michigan Auto-No Fault Law

Michigan residents enjoy a unique health care benefit as part of the auto insurance coverages in this state.

Health Partners works hard as a consumer advocate to protect recent attempts by insurance companies to reduce this coverage under Michigan Auto No-Fault insurance law. This system is funded by drivers for drivers; and we believe these proposals are specious and flawed. 

John Gwynne Prosser, II, Vice President of Health Partners Inc., who also serves as President of the The Neuro Trauma Association of Florida, is active with the state legislature and the press to help you get educated about this issue.  Learn about your benefits and how to take action.  By becoming an informed educator of your legislators, friends, family, and local media, you can make a difference in the outcome of this important cause.

John Gwynne Prosser, II also authored the book, “The Educated Consumers Guide to No-Fault Automobile Insurance”.  You can purchase this book at  

Understanding House Bill 4752: What you Need to Know Now

There’s been a lot of talk in the media about various initiatives in Lansing to address the future of Michigan’s Auto No-Fault law. Especially prominent is House Bill 4752. This bill calls for transparency and full disclosure by the MCCA – which is the entity that manages the $20 million fund that pays for medical care when drivers fall victim to catastrophic injury due to car crashes.

In an interview with Steve Gruber on The Steve Gruber Show (1240 WJIM), John Prosser II explains what’s happening in Lansing with this and other important initiatives that impact the fate of Auto No-Fault benefits for Michigan Drivers.

What Would Senate Bill 288 (S-3) D-Insurance Mean to Real People

D-Insurance would severely limit medical benefits coverage in hopes that insurers might lower premium charges. Mayor Duggan and others pushing for this proposal have pointed to other states and said that if this were to pass, people would still have one of the highest benefit levels in the country. While this may be true, it’s important to look at what occurs in the other states following a catastrophic car accident.

The House Insurance Committee should consider all bills to reduce auto no-fault costs — not just those promoted by insurance companies.

John Prosser III, a Customer Service Executive at Health Partners Homecare and an advocate for protecting Michigan's Auto No-Fault, shares his view from inside the fight to protect this important and unique benefit to Michigan drivers.

Legislation that Would Add Transparency to the Auto No-Fault Argument - Allowed to Languish in the House

Over four months ago, House Bill 4752 was introduced by State Representative Derek Miller (D-Warren) in an effort to require full transparency from the MCCA - the entity in charge of the fund created by Michigan Drivers to provide care to those catastrophically injured in car accidents. The fund, which was established by our government in 1978, is valued at approximately $20 billion today. This bill, and 7 others like it, have yet to be acted upon.

Straight-Talk about the Facts, Figures and the Fight to Protect Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Law, with Mitch Albom

Mitch Albom Talks to the Leaders of Michigan’s Brain Injury Treatment and Rehabilitation Community at the 35th Annual Conference of the Brain Injury Association.
In a live broadcast from the event, Mitch Albom holds a lively discussion with the leaders, stakeholders and the community about the unique benefits and advantages of Michigan’s Auto No-Fault law. 
Listen in to hear why Michiganders need to protect this unique program and hear about why the insurance companies want to take it away.

Mitch Albom Speaks to Sophia Bong of STAR Rehab and the Guiding STAR Foundation

Sophia Bong, CEO of STAR Rehab and founder of the Guiding STAR Foundation, joins the Mitch Albom Show to discuss the differences she sees in treating clients who have different types of insurance.

Mitch Albom: No Fault Bill Should Make People Very Suspicious

APRIL 20, 2015

Last week, in an incredibly rushed effort, the Michigan Senate passed a bill that would dramatically limit services available to catastrophically injured people under Michigan’s unique auto no-fault law. Mitch interviews John Prosser and John Cornack as they discuss the impact the bill would have on individuals and their providers.

Brain Injury Association of Michigan Endorses the Neuro Trauma Association

Mike Dabbs, President of the Brain Injury Association of Michigan, endorses the work of John Prosser II and the Neuro Trauma Association in a letter dated December 1, 2014.

John G. Prosser II Endorsed

John G. Prosser II is endorsed by WJR's Mitch Albom Show as expert on the subject of Michigan Auto No-Fault insurance.

Revisited: 1976 Letter to Governor Milliken from Dept. of Commerce

In 1976, just 3 years after Michigan's groundbreaking Auto No-Fault law was enacted, insurance commissioner Thomas C. Jones released at 30 page report detailing the impact of the legislation on both health care costs and insurance premiums. He states,  "I am pleased to report to you that no-fault has in fact fulfilled your hopes and the hopes of its many other supporters. No-fault auto insurance has provided Michigan's drivers and passengers with more benefits per premium dollar than the insurance system of any other state and has assured that those benefits are distributed more promptly and equitably. This report supports that conclusion in every important aspect."

A Plan to Help Michiganders Save Money on Auto Insurance Without Capping Personal Injury Benefits

Can Michiganders save money on their auto insurance without capping personal injury benefits?

House Democrats have proposed a 14 bill package that says YES.

House Democrats aim to save drivers money on auto insurance without capping personal injury benefits by targeting other areas of the state's insurance law.

The plan is to reduce auto insurance costs by eliminating the secondary lifestyle indicators currently used by insurance companies to unfairly calculate rates, such as credit score and zip code.

Press Conference: Key Public Officials Say NO to Auto No-Fault Reform

Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson presents a unified opposition against Michigan Auto No-Fault reform; calling the proposed legislation, "A pro-insurance industry, anti-victim piece of legislation".

In his comments, Mr. Patterson says that the 17 billion dollar fund, which was created by drivers and is used for caring for victims of catastrophic auto accidents, is sustainable and growing.

He articulates specific problems with the proposed legislation and suggests that it was written only in the interest of insurance companies.

Wayne Co. Executive Robert Ficano, Macomb Co. Executive Mark Hackel and Thomas Stallworth III representing the Detroit caucus, were also present; as were members of CPAN and representatives from the health care sector.

Mitch Albom hosts John Prosser, Discusses the Effect of Proposed Legislation

Mitch Albom covers a recent press conference held at Walk The Line to SCI Recovery, a rehab facility located in Southfield MI, in which key political figures spoke out against Auto No-Fault reform.

John Prosser speaks out on behalf of the Coalition Protecting Auto No Fault.  Prosser says that the current system works perfectly and that proposed legislation would surely result in medical bills that would push victims into bankruptcy.  He says, "Bankruptcy due to medical expenses punishes the whole family and leaves the victim to fall into Medicaid and suffer from neglect."

Mitch Albom Endorses MI Auto No-Fault Law

Mitch Albom endorses Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Policy

John Prosser II Radio Appearance on what No-Fault Insurance Means to The People

Featuring John Prosser, Vice President Health Partners Inc.
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