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No Fault ‘fraud’ double-standard after Bahri ruling

Posted on: October 30th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

Why do insurance companies get a free “fraud” pass? Did you know there’s a No Fault “fraud” double-standard between how the law treats normal people like you and me, and the giant auto insurance companies in Michigan? Unfortunately, that double-standard between how people are treated and how insurance companies are treated just got a lot […]


Open season on No Fault claimants after recent Bahri case

Posted on: October 29th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

The No Fault World after Bahri v. IDS will allow auto insurers to use ‘fraud exclusion’ to deny No Fault PIP benefits to hundreds of innocent people. When does  a mistake become  a  ‘fraudulent misrepresentation? Did you know that in Michigan, auto accident victims can no longer afford to not be perfect? Not if they […]


Nathan’s Law: School’s in session for bicycle and motorcycle safety

Posted on: October 28th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

New HB 5438 requires Michigan driver’s education courses to teach about sharing the road with bicyclists and motorcyclists When is the best time to teach drivers how to safely share the road with bicyclists and motorcyclists? Before they hit the road, of course. And before they hit and injure someone who is riding a bike […]


How to keep your little Trick or Treaters safe this Halloween

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

Here are 6 tips for safe costumes This Friday, my son will be “Snake Eyes,” his favorite GI Joe character – and he gets to carry around a plastic sword and whack me with it a few times. My daughter will be Hermione Granger, complete with broom and wand ($35 for a little piece of wood […]


Allstate receives below average rating from J.D. Power

Posted on: October 25th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

Auto insurer receives lowest rating on ‘overall satisfaction with auto insurance companies’ A recent national study has confirmed the opinions of what many Michigan auto insurance consumers – and all of the lawyers here at Michigan Auto Law and throughout this state already believe — Allstate is bad. Really bad. Allstate is below average when […]


Politics, ‘dark money’ and seedy Michigan Supreme Court elections

Posted on: October 24th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

The way we elect justices and judges in Michigan is broken and must be fixed, even with reported campaign contributions The Michigan Supreme Court election is coming up on Nov. 4. Yesterday, I wrote about why your vote for the Michigan Supreme Court is hugely important – and our own recommendations for the most qualified […]


Our picks for the 2014 Michigan Supreme Court election

Posted on: October 23rd, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

These candidates will best protect your legal rights, NOT the insurance industry’s profit margins The justices who serve on our Supreme Court  are hugely important, but unless you’re a practicing attorney or judge, it’s hard to know who  deserves your vote. Commercials are not helpful. Every ad on television says the candidates “protect children.” That […]



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