December 22, 2014

The Insurance Institute of Michigan

The Insurance Institute of Michigan (IIM) is a government affairs and public information association proud to represent more than 90 property/casualty insurance companies/groups and related organizations operating in Michigan.

IIM's purpose is to serve the Michigan insurance industry and the insurance consumer as a central focal point for educational, media, legislative and public information on insurance issues.


Don't let thieves spoil your holidays

Shoppers beware -- auto thieves may be helping themselves to your presents this holiday season.  Learn tips to prevent auto theft.
 


Don't let thieves spoil your holidays

Shoppers beware -- auto thieves may be helping themselves to your presents this holiday season.  Learn tips to prevent auto theft.
 


 

Renters shouldn't overlook need for insurance

Most renters have over $25,000 in personal belongings that needs to be protected.  They shouldn't forget to buy renters insurance.  Learn more about renters coverages.


 

Renters shouldn't overlook need for insurance

Most renters have over $25,000 in personal belongings that needs to be protected.  They shouldn't forget to buy renters insurance.  Learn more about renters coverages.

 

Catching a ride on a phone app?
Questions remain on legislation that would authorize ridesharing services in Michigan so the Insurance Institute of Michigan is asking lawmakers to delay action until next year to ensure there are no insurance coverage gaps for drivers or passengers.  What are the questions?

 

 

Catching a ride on a phone app?
Questions remain on legislation that would authorize ridesharing services in Michigan so the Insurance Institute of Michigan is asking lawmakers to delay action until next year to ensure there are no insurance coverage gaps for drivers or passengers.  What are the questions?

 

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