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TBI Attorney to Speak for Michigan Trial Lawyers

Michigan TBI attorney Steven M. Gursten will be a featured speaker at the Michigan Association for Justice No-Fault Institute VI seminar next week. Formerly the Michigan Trial Lawyers Association, the Michigan Association for Justice is a victims’ rights organization comprised of more than 1,700 personal injury attorneys across the state.

Steve will be a panel speaker June 18, and will discuss traumatic brain injury (TBI) in first- and third-party car accident and truck accident cases. Topics to be covered include dual diagnosis issues, motivational issues, neuropsychological testing issues, imaging studies and other causes of traumatic brain injury.

Steve will also join a panel on June 19 to discuss post mortems in successful first- and third- party motor vehicle accident cases. Specifically, Steve will review recent personal injury protection (PIP) verdict and tort verdict for plaintiffs.

Steve Gursten is a member of the American Association for Justice Traumatic Brian Injury Group and lectures on TBI throughout the country. He was recently invited to become the first Michigan traumatic brain injury lawyer to serve on the legal committee for the Sarah Jane Brain Project, a foundation that aims to create a model system for all children suffering from pediatric acquired brain injuries. In 2008, Steve received a trial verdict of $5.65 million for a TBI victim; the largest reported auto negligence verdict in Michigan for the year according to Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

Michigan Auto Law exclusively handles car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout the entire state of Michigan. We have offices in Southfield, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Sterling Heights. For more information, please refer to our law firm quick facts.

For more information on your auto accident case, please watch the following video, featuring Steve Gursten on, “Do I have an auto accident case in Michigan?”

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