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Car accident victim’s defiant discovery violations justified dismissal of No Fault lawsuit

Posted on: February 24th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Lesson for auto accident attorneys after case of defiant Detroit auto accident victim is dismissed: Plaintiff had previously been ordered to attend insurance-company IMEs and deleted Facebook material after being ordered not to   You may not want to go to a compulsory insurance medical examination. You may regret posting things on Facebook or other […]

Can a ‘hockey-dad’ recover for pain and suffering after a car accident in Genesee County?

Posted on: February 23rd, 2017 by Steven Gursten

An auto accident victim’s ‘statement’ minimizing what he can’t do after an automobile accident does not outweigh the evidence suggesting ‘serious impairment of body function’ under Michigan’s auto law The biggest problem with Michigan’s auto accident law is that it tends to punish those people who try to put on a brave face and downplay […]

Duggan’s new D-Insurance plans will be great for the auto accident lawyers, but terrible for everyone else

Posted on: February 22nd, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Does Mayor Duggan want to ‘repeal and replace’ Michigan’s auto No Fault law? Does Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan want to scrap Michigan’s auto No Fault law? It sure sounded that way last night. Last night, during his State of the City address, the mayor signaled that, instead of moving “forward with D-Insurance” (which I’ve heavily […]

No Fault fee schedule is the car insurance fix Detroit drivers need – not flawed D-Insurance

Posted on: February 21st, 2017 by Steven Gursten

If Mayor Duggan really wants to lower the price of No Fault, he should be addressing a medical-provider fee schedule that would preserve No Fault PIP benefits, generate big savings, stop price-gouging by hospitals and doctors, combat PIP fraud and discourage ambulance chasing lawyers in Detroit Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan probably knows what’s really driving […]

Detroit drivers deserve better than D-Insurance

Posted on: February 20th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Mayor Duggan’s D-Insurance includes woefully inadequate caps, managed care and insurance companies ‘playing doctor’ by requiring ‘preauthorization’ for medical care and treatment Detroit drivers pay too much – way too much – for Michigan auto No Fault insurance. But Mayor Mike Duggan is intent on pursuing plans that will make things far worse for Detroiters, […]

Should full, non-refundable payment of MCCA fee be required on short-term car insurance policies?

Posted on: February 17th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Rep. Mike McCready (R-Bloomfield) proposes in HB 4097 that consumers make non-refundable, full payment of annual MCCA assessment and No Fault PIP premium for auto insurance policies of ‘less than 6 months’ Making sure that the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) is properly and adequately funded is a perennial, persistent and gnawing problem. With one […]

Progressive raised rates 16% on own customers after not-at-fault car accidents

Posted on: February 16th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Consumer Federation of America study shows that GEICO, Farmers and Allstate have also imposed the ‘not-at-fault’ penalty to raise car insurance prices on consumers after car accidents caused by others Imagine you are sitting in your car at a red light, and you are suddenly rear-ended by the driver of the car behind you. Now […]

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