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GM pays $4.25 million jury verdict for mild brain injury from car accident

January 28, 2000 by Steven M. Gursten

Traumatic brain injury attorney Steve Gursten tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly  the personal injury is key

“When most lawyers are trying to get some playing time, Steven M. Gursten is already tearing it up in the big leagues  – with a  $4.25 million dollar verdict on a $100,000 defense offer.” – Michigan Lawyers Weekly

Traumatic brain injury attorney Steven Gursten is profiled by Michigan Lawyers Weekly after getting a $4.25 million jury verdict from General Motors for a mild traumatic brain injury car accident case. In the negligence lawsuit, the plaintiff suffered a closed-head injury when a car driven by the defendant, a General Motors employee, struck her vehicle head-on.

Steve Gursten noted an interesting facet of the case: It was turned down by several other personal injury attorneys before it was referred to Michigan Auto Law. He said that shows a lack of understanding about the proper value and knowledge of mild TBI and closed-head injuries among lawyers.

Here’s the Michigan Lawyers Weekly story: GM pays $4.25 million for mild brain injury

 

Related information about traumatic brain injury:

Help for attorneys handling traumatic brain injury cases in Michigan

Traumatic brain injury from car accidents: The silent epidemic

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