LANSING — A nonprofit corporation controlled by the insurance industry voted Wednesday to issue refunds to Michigan motorists, just two days after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called for such action.
But the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association did not say how big the refunds would be or exactly when they would be issued.
“Today, the MCCA unanimously voted to support issuing refund checks to Michigan consumers,” the board said in a news release. “Details on the specific refund amount per vehicle, along with a proposed timeline and logistics, will be announced in the next several weeks.
“The goal is to issue the largest possible refunds to consumers while maintaining sufficient funds to ensure high-quality care to those who have been catastrophically injured.”