Summary of article: Because of the recent changes to Michigan’s no-fault law, long-term caastrophic care providers are limited in what insurers will pay them for providing care for people who have been seriously injured in car crashes. Families of seriousy injured people are worried that their loved ones may lose the care they need from long-term rehabiliation facilities, because the cuts in payments may mean the facilities can no longer afford to provide care. As many as 6,000 people may lose their care and 4,000 jobs in the industry may be lost. Bills in the Michigan legislature have been introduced to correct this probem but face poitical and insurance company resistance.
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