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CNBC: Michigan Supreme Court ruling gives second chance to auto accident victims

August 2, 2010 by Steven M. Gursten

Top auto lawyer tells network that McCormick v. Carrier eases the serious impairment threshold that must be met to pursue an injury lawsuit

CNBC covers the Michigan Supreme Court decision McCormick v. Carrier and what it means to auto accident victims in Michigan. The court in a 4-3 decision, said conservative justices in the majority six years ago were too strict when they interpreted Michigan law about the impact of injuries on someone’s ability to lead a normal life.

Auto lawyer Steve Gursten is interviewed on how this case will affect car accident victims now – and those who were told they had no case under Michigan’s previous auto law.

Take a look at the full CNBC story: Mich. Supreme Court sets new standard in personal injury lawsuits

Related information:

Told you have no case by a personal injury attorney after a car accident?

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