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Think a car accident victim with preexisting injuries won’t have a case? Think again.

Posted on: January 17th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Attorneys Jeffrey Feldman, Leonard Koltonow secure $1.925 million settlement for victim of truck accident with preexisting neck, back and spinal injuries In the last few weeks I’ve written about several multi-million verdicts and settlements that our attorneys secured for our clients in 2016, always with a lesson for Michigan lawyers and auto accident victims to […]


Auto industry lawyer says driverless car makers will have ‘liability’ for car accidents

Posted on: January 16th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Industry ‘insider’ also predicts automated vehicles will reduce auto accident frequency by up to 90% I’ve written extensively on what I think the future will bring, and how potential tort liability for driverless car manufacturers will be sorted out. We know there will be a much brighter and hopeful future, where most of the terrible […]


A 2017 No Fault reform guide for new lawmakers on how to lower car insurance rates and preserve No Fault benefits

Posted on: January 13th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

From medical-provider fee schedules, to fighting insurer fraud, to MCCA transparency, to ending ‘credit scoring,’ here are 13 ways legislators can deliver savings to drivers and keep No Fault protections If new Michigan lawmakers are concerned about and want to find a way to lower No Fault car insurance costs for drivers in 2017 – […]


Would a bicycle highway through downtown Ann Arbor help prevent bike accidents?

Posted on: January 12th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Ann Arbor city officials are discussing the future of a bicycle highway through downtown to prevent bicycle-car crashes. I’ve written about bicycle friendly Ann Arbor before on this auto law blog. Unfortunately, Ann Arbor has a number of pedestrian-car accidents in this city. And, as is the nature of most college towns, it has more […]


Why are there more truck driver deaths than ever throughout the U.S.?

Posted on: January 11th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

New Census info reveals more truck driver fatalities in 2015 than any other occupation The U.S. Department of Labor has recently released the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), which has data on occupational fatalities during 2015.  The new data has revealed a terrible truth that I see, often daily, as an attorney who focuses […]


A deadly car seat mistake that many parents are making in winter

Posted on: January 10th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Even when bulky winter coats seem secured under the car seat harness, your little ones are in danger of sliding out of the child safety seat if an auto accident occurs We all know that when we strap our babies and toddlers in car seats, we’re taking an imperative safety step for our children. In […]


Will motorists now be driving 75 mph on the Lodge Freeway in Detroit?

Posted on: January 9th, 2017 by Steven Gursten

Lawmakers allow speed limit increase on ‘limited access freeways’ which may include some of Michigan’s most heavily traveled roadways The wording of Michigan’s new, faster speed limit laws got me wondering: Could the speed demons whizzing around the Lodge Freeway in Detroit and the South Beltline Freeway in Grand Rapids rev things up to 75 […]



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