Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association in the News

We located a very interesting article in The Detroit Legal Examiner regarding the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association that is worth a quick read for everyone, not just insurance casualty claims investigators.

The MCCA is a private, nonprofit association that covers the most serious auto accident victims’ medical expenses after they exceed $500,000.

The MCCA is funded by Michigan drivers, who pay a fee that is included in their auto insurance. The fee is around $175 per year, and it was recently increased by 21%.

The article gives a great overview of how the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association works.