$400-per-vehicle refunds coming for Michigan drivers: Whitmer

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Lansing — The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association plans to refund state drivers $400 per vehicle with checks coming in the second quarter of 2022, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration announced Tuesday.

The Democratic governor called on the MCCA to issue refund checks to distribute its $5 billion surplus in November. Democratic and Republican lawmakers have supported the refund effort. Under state law, the MCCA levies an assessment each year to cover claims for those catastrophically injured in car accidents.

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The organization’s analysis found that about $3 billion of the surplus could be returned to policyholders. The MCCA sought “to issue the largest possible refund to policyholders while maintaining sufficient funds to ensure continuity of care,” said a letter from Kevin Clinton, the association’s executive director.


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