Often called travel insurance plans, “Short Term Medical” policies are specifically designed to cover both medical and travel experiences for a maximum of 11 months. They allow you to choose your own policy maximum and deductible, allowing you to stay in control of your coverage and the price. Unlike major medical or long-term plans, short… Continue reading

Get A Home Inventory Form

An accurate list of your home’s contents, from furnishings to clothing, toys to technology, will help you get reimbursed in the event of a fire, tornado or other covered loss.

MDA Insurance BCBS Department Receives New Business Awards

Congratulations to Tina Voss, MDA Insurance BCBS manager, and the rest of her team, as they recently received two new business awards from Gadeleto Ramsby and Associates.  The MDA Insurance BCBS department was number one in new business production in the BCBS I.C. Blue program for 2010.  The department was also recognized with an honorable mention award for new business - small… Continue reading

Time to Review Your Workers' Comp Coverage!

Many workers’ comp insurance policies will renew on January 1, 2011.  If this is true of your policy, you may want to consider joining the MDA group workers’ comp program through Michigan Millers.  On January 1, 2011, base rates in the program will decrease between three and eight percent!  Why not start the New Year with a little… Continue reading

Important Notice! BCS Life Rate Update

The BCS Life individual medical program rates for 2011 are still being developed. The release of 2011 rate information is expected by the third week in November. We will publish the new rate information on the website as soon as it is received. In the meantime, please feel free to contact MDA Insurance by calling (800) 860-2272.  Thank you.

Use of Credit Scoring to Continue

On July 8, in a highly anticipated ruling, the Michigan Supreme Court decided that carriers in the state may continue to use credit scores to partially determine an individual’s auto and homeowner’s insurance premium. The practice has been used in Michigan since the late 1990s, but became a dispute in 2005 when the Insurance Commissioner attempted… Continue reading