What is MCCA in Michigan?
What is the MCCA fee? Is it the same as MAIPF and MATPA?
Apr 14, 2021
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Answered at Apr 14, 2021
“The MCCA fee is the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association fee. Some policies do refer to it as MAIPF or MATPA. This fee allows everyone in the state to have unlimited personal injury protection (PIP) coverage in the event of an auto or motorcycle accident.
PIP is a type of no-fault car insurance coverage that covers healthcare expenses for you and the passengers in your vehicle.”
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