Those involved in talks to reform Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law – and it’s one-of-a-kind lifetime medical benefits for catastrophic injuries from auto accidents – liken the debate to sorting out a puzzle.
Or playing a five-level chess game.
Or trying to get your arms around a camel.
“It’s much like a Rubik’s cube,” said Tom Constand, vice president of development and marketing for the Brighton-based Brain Injury Association of Michigan.
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