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How Michigan's auto laws work after a car crash

Michigan car accident lawyer discusses your three potential cases and explains No-Fault PIP insurance, the claim for car damage (the mini tort law), and the pain and suffering lawsuit

Here’s an overview of Michigan’s auto laws from a radio show. I was featured as a Michigan car accident lawyer. Hit the play button below, and you will be able to hear an easy-to-understand interview about the auto laws in place in Michigan and how they work if you’ve been injured in a car accident.

The story reviews your three potential cases after an auto accident:

1. Michigan No-Fault insurance benefits (also called PIP benefits),

2. Mini-tort (fixing your car damage), and

3. Third-party pain and suffering lawsuits.

If you don’t want to listen, here’s a transcript you can read instead.

Steven M. Gursten is one of the nation’s top car accident lawyers. He is head of Michigan Auto Law and president of the Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association. Steve has received the highest verdict in the state for a car accident or truck accident victim in 2008, 2009 and 2010, according to Michigan Lawyers Weekly. He frequently writes and speaks on Michigan’s auto laws and is available for comment.

Related information to protect yourselves:

Do I have a car accident lawsuit?

The Michigan auto law

FAQs: How does the Michigan No-Fault law apply to my car accident?

Michigan Auto Law is the largest law firm exclusively handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout the entire state. We have offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Sterling Heights to better serve you. Call (800) 777-0028 for help from a Michigan car accident lawyer.

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