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MICHIGAN SUPREME COURT ISSUES MAJOR NO-FAULT RULING IMPACTING CASTROPHOPHIC CLAIMANTS
In Andary v. USAA, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that 2019 reforms to the No-Fault statute do not apply to claimants involved in accidents before cost control took effect. In a 5-2 decision, the majority of the Court held that the statute did not clearly state that cost controls were intended to retroactively apply. The case also exempts pre-2019 claimants from caps on family provided attendant care. It is estimated that the case will impact approximately 15,000 claimants.