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Priscilla Roussis
· November 2, 2017
A small yet mighty organization who have the catastrophically injured survivors' best interest at heart when it comes to protecting and preserving our Michigan's auto no fault benefits with respect to... medical care and rehabilitation needs for the best quality of life!!! See More
Chalisse Wilson
· October 3, 2017
Thank You! It's vital that we have someone to speak on our behalf, to protect the people.
Sandy Crum
· October 30, 2017
They are an intregal voice in fighting for Michigans No Fault coverage continuance!!!
Debbi Weiner Katz
· September 14, 2017
Very important work. Thank you for all that you do.
Johnny Fauls
· June 5, 2017
For people that understand what no-fault is, this coalition has been instrumental in protecting our rights!
Lois Cordle
October 27, 2011
Due to the fact that I personally have a brain injured son, I feel very strongly that we need to protect this current law. Other patients did not receive the care and rehabilitation that my son had, b...ecause they did not have this type of insurance; their normal health insurance was primary and they would not pay for it. Thus, they are not as functional as they could have been.

If we allow people to purchase a lower level of coverage, they will end up falling into the government plans such as Welfare and Medicaid, and receiving poor care. End result, we still pay, for inadequate care.
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Steve Barnard
· March 21, 2017
I broke my neck in 1992. my medical and daily care costs have exceeded 2.5 million dollars. without insurance I would b up the river without a paddle.
Nicole Hachee Winston
July 1, 2013
This Organization protects tge interest of the consumer rather than the interest of the insurance industry or profits ! I strongly recommend!!
Rebecca Peltier Benedict
· May 2, 2015
Thank you CPAN! We are grateful for your hard work to make a difference in so many lives.
Brian Woodward
· April 28, 2015
Excellent Organization, They are fighting for our lives and stand in the gap for the ones that can't fight for themselves!
Ronald Reed
· December 14, 2016
$480.00 a month for no_fault car insurance. No dui
Richard Nichols
November 2, 2011
This is so very IMPORTANT! Every Michigander should go to this site and loearn the truth about what the insurance companies and trial lawyers are doing to our MI No-Fault Insurance.
Mary Smith
June 7, 2013
Protect you and your loved ones!!! Keep our auto insurance the same!!! Dont let the insurance companies rob us again!!!
Robert F Chalifoux
February 7, 2012
We should all contact 10 people and have them contact 10people etc. To contact their representatives. Important to get their commitment to vote against the HB 4936.
Keith Godsey
· January 31, 2014
The voice of the reason...
Natalie Lombardo
February 15, 2012
CPAN is a formidable advocate for the No Fault rights of all Michigan citizens.
Kenya Baldwin Swiss
March 7, 2012
Please support this coalition and protect Michigan No Fault benefits. State Town Hall meeting March 28th in Lansing.
M. Thomas Deller
November 9, 2011
This is a reputable group against HB 4936 a greedy bum law
Craig Smith
October 19, 2011
Keep Michigan Insured.
Sean Bakema
· April 9, 2014
Please support Cpan!
Lela H. RN, Special Tree Rehabilitation, share her experience ...
Without Michigan's Auto No-Fault law, David would not have been able to live the quality of life that he has. No-fault benefits gave David the opportunity to undergo the rehabilitation that was needed to get him to where he's at today. Watch David's story here:

Friday Feature- Get to Know Members of the Legislature: This week meet Senator Jim Marleau 12th District (R). Sen. Marleau represents the majority of northern Oakland County’s residents. Prior to his election to the Senate, Marleau served as a leading conservative in the Michigan House of Representatives. Marleau retired from a career in business and as a small business owner prior to serving in public office for thirteen years. His experience as a full-time Orion Township tr...easurer for two terms (totaling eight years), and as a member of the Orion Township Planning Commission for six years has contributed greatly to his leadership abilities in attracting job providers.

As a state legislator, Marleau has worked diligently to reduce government spending, remove burdensome impediments to job providers, and create a more transparent state government. Marleau serves as a member of the Health Policy, Regulatory Reform, and Transportation committees, and the Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Appropriations subcommittees.

As an Oakland County resident for more than 30 years, Marleau has been actively involved in many community organizations including the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Knights of Columbus, Lions Club, Paint Creek Trail & Polly Ann Trail ways, and Habitat for Humanity. He is a founding board member of the North Oakland Transportation Authority (NOTA), which provides transportation for local residents in need. Recently, Marleau augmented his long-time advocacy for autism awareness by serving as a board member of Michigan-based Homes for Autism.

Marleau received his degree in business and finance from the University of Toledo and is a certified municipal financial administrator (CMFA) through Central Michigan University. Jim and Thea Marleau have been married for over 35 years and reside in Lake Orion where they raised their children, Jim Jr. and Christina, who both graduated from Orion schools and Michigan Universities.

Phone: (517) 373-2417

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Words of wisdom from CPAN Legal Counsel George Sinas.

"No one who is sincerely interested in creating an auto insurance reparation system that adequately meets the needs of seriously injured citizens could ever support such a reprehensible piece of legislation as that which is embodied by HB 5517 – 5523"

No-Fault Repeal Legislation: Bad Policy, Poorly WrittenPublished February 15, 2018 Leave a comment Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Google Plus Share Share on LinkedIn Share Send email Mail A blog post by CPAN Legal Counsel George SinasThe sponsors of the 7-bill package identif...