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Michigan lawmakers this week introduced bills designed to expand medical care for victims of catastrophic car crashes who say their care was compromised by the state’s auto insurance overhaul four years ago. 

Crash survivors and their health providers have complained that 2019 changes to the state’s no fault insurance system — designed to lower costs for Michigan drivers — put too many restrictions on medical expenses, slashing the amounts insurers are required to pay by as much as 45 percent.

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