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Former Detroit Red Wings star Vladimir Konstantinov plays Uno with health care provider Angela Martin, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in West Bloomfield, Mich. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. Konstantinov suffered a severe brain stem injury from an accident in a limousine with an impaired driver after a Stanley Cup celebration nearly 25 years ago. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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Health aide Angela Martin helps former Detroit Red Wings star Vladimir Konstantinov into his wheelchair, Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in West Bloomfield, Mich. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. Konstantinov suffered a severe brain stem injury from an accident in a limousine with an impaired driver after a Stanley Cup celebration nearly 25 years ago. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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FILE--The limousine driven by Richard Gnida that was involved in a June 13, 1997, accident which left two members of the Detroit Red Wings organization injured is hauled into a towing company's lot in Birmingham, Mich., the next day. Vladimir Konstantinov and a team masseur were seriously injured in the accident. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. (AP Photo/Andrew Cutraro, File)

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Health aide Angela Martin helps former Detroit Red Wings star Vladimir Konstantinov into a vehicle Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in West Bloomfield, Mich. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. Konstantinov suffered a severe brain stem injury from an accident in a limousine with an impaired driver after a Stanley Cup celebration nearly 25 years ago. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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FILE - St. Louis Blues' Al MacInnis (2) checks Detroit Red Wings' Vladimir Konstantinov into St. Louis goalie Grant Fuhr during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Detroit on April 18, 1997. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. (AP Photo/Andrew Cutraro, File)

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FILE- Detroit Red Wings hockey team defenseman Vladimir Konstantinov raises the Stanley Cup in celebration after Detroit swept the NHL hockey Stanley Cup finals over the Philadelphia Flyers on June 7, 1997, in Detroit, six days before he was almost killed in a limousine crash. Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan's auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. (AP Photo/Tom Pidgeon, File)

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FILE - People protest against a recently passed auto insurance reform bill at the state Capitol in downtown Lansing, Mich., Sept. 25, 2019. Former Detroit Red Wings star Vladimir Konstantinov is in danger of losing the 24/7 care he has had for two-plus decades. The disabled former NHL defenseman is a casualty of changes to Michigan’s auto insurance law that curbed or cut what hospitals, residential care facilities and home providers can charge car insurers for care. (Matthew Dae Smith/Lansing State Journal via AP, File)

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Kori Cheverie reflects fondly on the conversations she had with her grandfather growing up in Nova Scotia, where he encouraged her to believe …