Litigation News Update E-blast
June 20, 2019
*Note: The information in this summary, originally published on May 28, 2019, has been updated with new information as of June 19, 2019.
Since our initial summary of the changes to the No-Fault Act, Governor Whitmer signed Senate Bill No. 1 into law on May 30, 2019. Senate Bill No. 1 was filed with the Secretary of State and ordered to take immediate effect June 11, 2019. The House and Senate also approved House Bill No. 4397, which was also signed by Governor Whitmer, filed with the Secretary of State, and ordered to take immediate effect June 11, 2019.
This updated summary provides the final changes to the No-Fault Act from both bills with the actual language of the bills attached. Foster Swift’s No-Fault Practice Group remains committed to assisting clients in navigating these sweeping changes to the decades-old law.
Click here to view/download a PDF of the updated summary of the most significant changes to the No-Fault Act that will affect claims handling and litigation.