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Lawyers react to Michigan’s new auto law, McCormick v. Carrier

August 6, 2010 by Steven M. Gursten

Michigan Lawyers Weekly interviews top personal injury attorneys – as well as insurance defense – about the effect the Supreme Court decision will have on auto accident victims and No-Fault litigation

Steve Gursten, partner of Michigan Auto Law and one of the country’s most renowned personal injury attorneys, tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly that McCormick v. Carrier is a modest case, that simply returns Michigan’s auto law back to a definition that a Republican Legislature originally enacted. Meanwhile, insurance defense lawyers claim McCormick will raise auto insurance rates.

McCormick v. Carrier is an August 2010 ruling that eases the injury threshold for auto accident victims seeking pain and suffering lawsuits.

Take a look at the full story in Michigan Lawyers Weekly: Reaction to the ‘McCormick’ decision

 

Related information:

Michigan No-Fault Act

McCormick v. Carrier and its effect on Michigan auto law requirements

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