GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Michigan Auto law attorney Brandon Hewitt says he is getting a lot of questions, mostly coming from retirees, older drivers and drivers on Medicare.
They want to know what car insurance coverage is best for them in light of the recent medical coverage changes under the No-Fault insurance law that recently took effect.
Unfortunately, there’s a great deal of misinformation that’s confusing many drivers about their options so we asked Brandon to clear it all up.
He says the issue that most retirees and older drivers are asking about focuses on the Medicare/Opt-Out coverage option. He does NOT recommend it and explains why.
For more information, contact Brandon:
Brandon Hewitt, Esq. | COO, Attorney
Michigan Auto Law
212 Grandville Avenue SW Suite 105
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
To learn more about the new No-Fault car insurance, visit michiganautolaw.com for more information.
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