Group Launches to Fight for Fair Auto Insurance Reforms, Lower Rates in Detroit
WHO: Former state rep. Brian Banks
Brenda Jones, president, Detroit City Council
Darrell Reed, pastor, Spirit of Love Church
Saundra Gray, Detroit auto accident survivor
Andre Walker, president, 9th precinct neighborhood
Other Elected & Community Leaders
WHAT: News conference held by Detroit leaders to announce the formation of the Detroit Alliance to Fight for Fair Auto Insurance, which will vocalize the need for fair and balanced reforms to Michigan’s auto no-fault system that lower costs and protect Detroit drivers.
WHEN: 10 a.m. – Monday, March 27, 2017
WHERE: Salem Memorial Lutheran Church
21230 Moross Rd., Detroit, MI 48236
The event will also stream live to Facebook at:
WHY: Detroiters are paying far too much in auto insurance premiums, in some cases up to $5,000 per year. This amount far exceeds everywhere else in the state and the country. This issue needs to be addressed and not at the expense of auto accident survivors.