McLiechey v. Bristol W. Ins. Co., 06-1228
Dismissal of a class action challenging an insurer's changes to an insurance policy after plaintiffs moved into a higher risk area, received a worse credit rating, and had a two week lapse in insurance coverage due to a temporary inability to pay premiums, is affirmed where neither of the Michigan statutes relied upon by plaintiffs provides for the private right of action asserted.
- Decided 01/30/2007
- Published 01/30/2007
- ROGERS, Circuit Judge., Before CLAY, ROGERS, and SUTTON, Circuit Judges.
- United States Sixth Circuit
- For Appellees:
- ARGUED: Jay Angoff, Roger G. Brown & Assoc., Jefferson City, Missiouri, for Appellant. Lori McAllister, Dykema Gossett, Lansing, Michigan, for Appellee. ON BRIEF: Jay Angoff, Roger G. Brown & Assoc., Jefferson City, Missiouri, Thomas V. Hubbard, Drew, Cooper & Anding, Grand Rapids, Michigan, for Appellant. Lori McAllister, Dykema Gossett, Lansing, Michigan, for Appellee.