Dear Governor Scott, Congratulations on your election! I believe you will be a remarkable leader and I am enthusiastic for your success toward manifesting jobs for Floridians. I am writing to you today to bring
The Solution is based on the Michigan Model, unlimited medical benefits based on need as defined by a Doctor, which has been used for 37 years in Michigan exclusively.
In 1996 as The National Chairman for the Pediatric Brain Injury Prevention Campaign of the Junior Chamber of Commerce International Senate, I had written to President George H. W. Bush (41) amongst a constellation of other luminaries and one day I received a call from a Man who said he was the Presidents Speech Writer and did I have a moment to speak with the President, I was astonished and immensely gratified that the President said he had received my letter requesting him to produce a public service announcement promoting brain injury prevention and that he would be honored to do it!
On March 29, 2011, Dr. Owen Perlman and John Prosser were live on The Mitch Albom Show at 6:30PM to talk about the 2011 Legacy Society Spring Tribute Dinner and may also discuss Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Law.
Tune into WJR-760AM to listen. You can also listen live online at WJR.
If you missed this event please email us and we will send you a copy.
Wall Street Journal, Letter to the Editors April 2011 Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury and Bankruptcy due to automobile accidents are Silent Epidemics in America. What if it was you?
- Many TBI/SCI Injured “Suffering” Because of Lack of Rehabilitation Funding
Members of the Neuro Trauma Association of Florida (NTAF) are moving forward with their goal of revising Florida’s insurance coverage including the auto no-fault law, because, as NTAF Founder/Chairman, Neal Flannery, explained “citizens of Florida are suffering.”
Mr. John G. Prosser, II President Neuro Trauma Association of Florida 691 North Squirrel Road, Suite 105 Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Dear Mr. Prosser: March 11, 2011 Rick Scott Governor Thank you for your letter...
April 9, 2011 Dear friends: It is with great appreciation that I accept The Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Legacy Society Founders’ Award. I regret that I cannot be there in person, but I am most humbled that the BIAMI would bestow this award upon me.
- September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month
September is National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month On the eve of National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, The Buoniconti Fund is launching its largest effort designed to challenge people across the country to help.
A great article published by National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies.
This article is full of great info, statistics, and insurance costs and other figures. This Article comes from Colorado from 2009.
Skimpy health insurance policies are likely culprit in continuing problem; findings indicate national reform law won’t stop bankruptcies.
Attached is a letter from then Insurance Commissioner Thomas C. Jones to Governor Milliken in 1976, three years after the adoption of the Michigan no fault insurance model.
Why Your State Should Adopt The Michigan Auto No-Fault Model
As the auto insurance industry gangs up to restrict our No Fault law in Michigan, words of praise From IIM and its executive director provide perspective. Michigan no fault is valuable; just ask Peter Kuhnmuench of the Insurance Institute Of Michigan.
The NTA has an exhibit at the Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference in Orlando, FL August 18-21, 2013. The exhibit is supported by Toyota and award-winning author Mitch Albom.
From a recent event, the Governor of Michigan Rick Snyder along side John Gwynne Prosser II, and Represenative Klint Kesto.
Larry Boswell sat slumped in a wheelchair. His sweatpants were soiled, his T-shirt soaked in saliva. Flies buzzed around his head.
ST. CHARLES, MI — Sam Howell could barely speak seven years ago. He pointed at letters on a board to communicate.
He struggled to stand by himself in his driveway.
Last week, Sam, 26, opened the door for me at his home. He spent the next hour interrupting his parents, talking so much that he began to test their patience.
- Just ask Pete Kuhnmuench and the Insurance Institute of Michigan
When it comes to praising Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system, few have done so as enthusiastically and consistently as the Insurance Institute of Michigan and its Executive Director Pete Kuhnmuench.
- Insurance Commissioner Reports that MI Auto No-Fault Works
In 1976, just 3 years after Michigan's groundbreaking Auto No-Fault law was enacted, insurance commissioner Thomas C. Jones released a 30-page report detailing the impact of the legislation on both health care costs and insurance premiums.
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