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Plaggemeyer v. Lee shows why Michigan needs a new auto law now

July 27, 2009 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan Lawyers Weekly features car accident lawyer’s letter to the editor on bad case law

Michigan Lawyers Weekly features Steve Gursten’s viewpoint article on Michigan Court of Appeals case Plaggemeyer v. Lee; where the car accident victim sustained severe personal injuries, yet had his lawsuit thrown out of court.

Gursten points out the problems with Plaggemeyer, and how it serves as yet another example of how Michigan’s car accident threshold law has lost its common sense and reason.

Here’s Steve Gursten’s editorial in Michigan Lawyers Weekly: ‘Plaggeymeyer’ shows why Michigan needs new auto law now

 

Related information:

Updated Michigan auto law (As of August 1, 2010)

McCormick v. Carrier: A new dawn for car accident victims after Plaggemeyer?

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