Steven M. Gursten editorializes in The Oakland Press why Johnson v. Wausau enables your auto insurance company to legally lie to you about No-Fault benefits, such as attendant care
Who is the Michigan Court of Appeals protecting? A dishonest auto insurance company, or a baby with traumatic brain injury? No-fault insurance attorney Steve Gursten discusses a Michigan Court of Appeals ruling which denied the caregiver of a baby (who was seriously injured in a car accident) attendant care benefits, even though her insurance company lied to her by insisting there were no more No-Fault benefits available.
The Court’s reasoning is that any accident victim should check out the accuracy of anything and everything an insurance claims adjuster says by consulting with a lawyer.
Here’s the editorial in The Oakland Press: Ruling protects auto insurer instead of child with brain injury