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Michigan AG Nessel Issues Statement On the Legislature's Overhaul of the State's Auto Insurance System
May 24, 2019
LANSING – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued the following statement after the Legislature passed an overhaul on Michigan's auto insurance system.
“After reviewing today’s legislation that overhauls Michigan’s auto insurance system, I feel confident that the Attorney General’s office will have the statutory tools we need to vigorously and thoroughly investigate and prosecute auto insurance fraud in Michigan.
“Once this legislation is signed into law, our office will continue to do what we do best: investigate and prosecute crime. To that effect, I look forward to expanding our cooperative relationship with the Department of Insurance and Financial Services so our collaborative efforts can have the greatest impact on protecting Michigan citizens. There are few places where this is more important than in the insurance industry where our team is laser focused on protecting drivers from price gouging and other shameful tactics that have been used in the past.”