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No-Fault ‘reform’ bills – legislative whiplash for Michigan drivers

April 4, 2011 by Steven M. Gursten

Accident lawyer Steven Gursten tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly that changing the No-Fault insurance system would be detrimental to car accident victims

Michigan Lawyers Weekly features a letter from Steven Gursten, an accident lawyer and partner of Michigan Auto Law. Gursten says that the proposed Senate Bills 0293 and 0294 would “gut Michigan No-Fault protections, especially Michigan No-Fault’s crown jewel, unlimited, lifetime medical benefits.”

The auto insurance industry is pushing the bills under the guise that policy holders would save money on their auto insurance premiums. But Gursten lists quotes from insurance industry officials touting the numerous benefits of Michigan’s current No-Fault system.

Here’s the full opinion editorial in Michigan Lawyers Weekly: No-Fault ‘reform’ bills would be legislative whiplash for drivers

 

Related information:

Michigan No-Fault benefits and your rights

Three potential cases for Michigan car accidents

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