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Steven Gursten to speak at Brain Injury Association of Michigan Legal Conference

On June 6, Steve will discuss insurance medical exams and how insurance adjusters cut-off brain injury survivors’ and car accident victims’ claims

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This Monday, June 6, 2016, I’ll be presenting during the Brain Injury Association of Michigan’s Annual Legal Conference, at the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth.

I’ll be sharing tips and experiences from over 20 years of going to battle with No Fault claims adjusters and auto insurance companies in this state. I’ll be talking about many of the tactics claims adjusters use today to cut off medical care, attendant care, and wage loss from brain injury survivors and car accident victims. I will also share my experiences after my own very public battle with one very notorious IME doctor, who actually filed a grievance against me after I published the transcript of my cross-examination of her and asked if she was committing perjury. Finally, I will talk about the larger lessons that No Fault insurance attorneys, case managers, TBI advocates brain injury victims can take to protect against the rampant insurance company abuse that exists in Michigan today.

The brain injury conference is a one-day medical-legal conference that focuses on many of the complex legal issues and No Fault insurance issues facing people with brain injuries. Attendees can learn about the legal system and the protection and resources offered to individuals and their families living with brain injuries.

Brain injury survivors, family members, caregivers, case managers, health care professionals, social workers, lawyers, medical professionals and counselors all attend the conference. For more information and to register, click here.

The Brain Injury Association of Michigan is a non-profit organization that provides education, advocacy, research and support to brain injury survivors, their families and the people who serve them.

Each year in the U.S., 1.7 million people will sustain a traumatic brain injury. Automobile accidents are the second-leading cause of traumatic brain injury, according to the Brain Injury Association of America.

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