The first No-Fault Act amendments became effective June 11, 2019—with additional amendments becoming effective July 2, 2020. We make it easy for you to navigate the complexities.

JUNE 11, 2019

First No-Fault Act amendments are effective

JUNE 25, 2019

ICLE Community blog posted


New on-demand seminars, featuring no-fault experts Steve Sinas and Matt LaBeau

APRIL 2020

ICLE's 7th Annual No-Fault Summit (Partners save $50)

JUNE 2020

Michigan No-Fault Automobile Cases book revision (a year ahead of schedule)

JULY 2, 2020

Additional amendments are effective

Here’s an overview of the resources we’ve developed and curated to help you stay on top of everything. Stay tuned for more updates as new resources become available.
Watch 20 On-Demand Sessions
No-Fault Summit, 7th Annual
On-Demand Event

A wealth of timely no-fault reform insight is now available on demand. Your registration includes individual on-demand access to 20 video recordings, plus their written materials and PowerPoints. These materials are available for three years—so revisit the insight of 34 Michigan experts as often as you’d like! And here’s what the speaker on “Third-Party Threshold Litigation” is most excited about:

“I’m most excited that people will walk away with an understanding of how many different issues there are when it comes to this new no-fault law.“
Tom G. Sinas, Sinas Dramis Law Firm
Hot Off the Press! Completely Revised New Edition
No-Fault Automobile Law and Practice In Michigan

Navigate no-fault reform with ease with this completely revised print or online book. Now includes 17 chapters of new information. Author Bob Logeman, a Michigan no-fault groundbreaker, gives you expert strategies you won’t find anywhere else. Buy now.

If you’re an ICLE Premium Partner, access your online edition here.

Get Multiple Perspectives—On-Demand Seminars
“No-Fault Reform: Parts 1 and 2”
Experts Steve Sinas and Matt LaBeau share insights from both sides in this two-part series. Navigate the changes, from what you need to know now—to what’s coming down the road.

No-Fault Reform Part 1
No-fault reform requires both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the first of our two-part series, our experts cover PIP coverage levels, third-party liability, order of priority, and the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan.
No-Fault Reform Part 2
No-fault reform requires both plaintiff and defense lawyers to make changes to their practice. In the second of our two-part series, our experts cover litigation, out-of-state residents, IMEs, and the new fee schedule for reimbursements.
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