The Insurance Alliance of Michigan estimates that about one out of 10 no-fault insurance claims in the state is fraudulent – a problem that is contributing to the region’s rising auto insurance costs.
Dyck Van Koevering, the general counsel of the Alliance, said that while there have been no recent studies on the total amount of auto insurance-related fraud in the state, the group believes that no-fault fraud is costing Michigan residents hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in additional premiums.
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