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Thoughts on Sunday’s Detroit Free Press story on Detroit’s high auto insurance prices

Posted on: November 24th, 2014 by Steven Gursten No Comments

Don’t blame No Fault: Focus on reducing costs must be on excessive insurer profits, punishing PIP fraud by lawyers & doctors, reducing number of uninsured drivers, use of credit scoring & combating auto thefts J.C. Reindl wrote a great story in Sunday’s Detroit Free Press, “Auto insurance rates put the brakes on Detroit.”   The only […]

Uninsured drivers in Detroit: How this has become a civil rights issue

Posted on: April 22nd, 2013 by Steven Gursten No Comments

Attorney Steven Gursten in B.L.A.C. Magazine, on the staggering penalties for uninsured drivers  in Detroit I was recently interviewed by B.L.A.C. Magazine. The story focused on the high cost of No Fault insurance, and the crisis resulting from more than 50% of Detroit drivers who do not have auto insurance driving on the road today.  […]

Insurance companies Rasputin calculation pays off big in Detroit and the rest of Michigan

Posted on: November 7th, 2012 by Steven Gursten No Comments

How auto insurance companies take advantage of a law that punishes uninsured drivers Auto insurance company bean counters knew something back in 1995, and they’ve been laughing all the way to the bank ever since, saving hundreds of millions of dollars that was shifted to the rest of us – as taxpayers – to be  […]

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