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Truck Accident Attorney Webcast: Maximizing Damages in Trucking Cases

On August 18, truck accident attorney Steve Gursten will present a webcast for the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America. The topic is “Maximizing Damages in Trucking Cases: Missed Opportunities in Protecting Clients,” and start time is 11:00 a.m. CST.

Here’s a brief description of Steve’s presentation:

Liability – Insurance – Damages. The three legs of the stool that every case stands upon. Trucking cases are complicated. And it’s easy for lawyers in trucking cases to spend so much time establishing liability or pursuing insurance coverage that we sometimes forget that vital third leg: damages. Worse still, truck accident lawyers often think that the personal injuries will speak for themselves. Sometimes that’s true, but more often, there are devastating injuries that are overlooked. These injuries are critical to establishing the full extent of your client’s disability. My presentation explores important injuries that often are missed by lawyers in truck accident cases and discusses how to help our clients by fully documenting all of their injuries and achieving a full settlement.

You can access the webcast by going to

Steve Gursten is recognized as one of the nation’s top attorneys handling serious truck accident injury cases. He is on the executive board of governors representing Michigan for the Association of Plaintiff Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America and is immediate past president of the American Association for Justice Truck Litigation Group. Steve has received the largest jury verdict for an automobile accident case in Michigan in four of the last seven years, including 2008.

Michigan Auto Law exclusively handles car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases throughout Michigan. For more information, please read our law firm quick facts.

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