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On July 31, 2023, the Michigan Supreme Court upheld a previous lower court ruling, saying those who were injured in car crashes and began receiving care before the 2019 no-fault auto insurance change need to have their care maintained. 

It’s a significant win for about 18,000 Michiganders.

“Today, all of the people injured before this law was implemented are protected,” said Maureen Howell, who cares for her son Sam. “They’re going to be okay. We’ve lost, I think, 15 now that we know of directly as a result of this change in the law. And that’s heartbreaking.” 

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