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More people are riding their bicycles every day. That means more cyclists sharing the road with more cars and the results have been predictable: the number of deaths from bicycle accidents increased 37% in the last 10 years, even as the number of preventable nonfatal injuries has gone down by 40%.
A close call or “little scrape” that a driver might not even notice can leave a cyclist with life-altering injuries. Meanwhile, recent changes in Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Law have drastically reduced the protections available to a cyclist who has been injured by a motor vehicle. In many cases, insurance companies have become gatekeepers to medical care—and that gate can slam shut very quickly, leaving an injured cyclist in a desperate situation.