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Chrysler contests $5.6 million pedestrian/auto accident verdict in Michigan

October 7, 2008 by Steven M. Gursten

Macomb County man run over by friend is angry, his auto attorney Steve Gursten fights back

The Macomb Daily covers attorney Steve Gursten’s pedestrian car accident case Broeren v. Bates, which resulted in a $5.6 million verdict after a man was run over by a friend’s pickup on a hunting trip. The vehicle driven by the friend, a Chrysler employee, was a Chrysler test pickup truck. Therefore, Chrysler was responsible for paying the verdict.

But Chrysler is asking for a new trial. The plaintiff’s attorney Steve Gursten argues that Chrysler’s reason for asking for a new trial is unfounded.

Here’s the story as is appeared in The Macomb Daily: Chrysler contests verdict, angering Macomb County accident victim

Related information:

Michigan auto accident resource center

The most dangerous intersections in Macomb County

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