Wasn't it almost exactly a month ago that we heard Michigan's insurance rates might be going down?  I believe State Farm was cutting their rates by 3.5 percent and the rest of the industry would follow suit.  What happened with that?  And what happened to the Michigan Legislature finally addressing the issue of having the highest insurance rates in the country?  As you may or may not know, it has a lot to do with no-fault insurance and...wait for it...the "Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association".  Well guess what?...

According to an article on wzzm13.com, the MCCA is raising the annual fee to $220 per year up from $192.  In case you need to be reminded, the "fee" covers unlimited medical benefits for injured drivers.  If you agree with me you don't want to abandon those who have been injured due to no fault of their own but just put into place a system comparable to other states that have found success dealing with just such situations.  Get more information by clicking HERE.