Group Meets In T.C. To Discuss Proposed Changes To Auto-No Fault Insurance

Your medical care after a serious car crash could change if a state bill is approved.

A bill is working its way through Lansing that would change Michigan's no-fault auto insurance.

Right now, drivers have unlimited coverage after car crashes.

This bill would put a cap on that.

Instead, drivers would choose their level of coverage, from $500,000-5,000,000.

Supporters say this would help with skyrocketing insurance costs.

But others are worried that patients who require life-time medical care after a crash won't be covered.

C-PAN, a group aiming to protect auto-no fault insurance met in Traverse City to talk about the issue.

Jennifer Profitt and Photojournalist Justin DePrekel have both sides.