Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyers: Mich. Supreme Court Says Insurers Can Use Credit Scores For Setting Rates

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In a recent 4-3 decision, the Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that insurance companies can use credit scores to set insurance rates. The insurance companies have long insisted that there is a link between bad credit scores and bad drivers. That is to say, if you have a low credit score, you must be a bad driver.

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