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$1.4 million jury verdict for Ingham County car accident victim

December 16, 2011 by Steven M. Gursten

Accident attorneys prove auto accident victim’s future as a dental hygienist is no longer possible

Michigan Lawyers Weekly published an article on the $1.4 million jury verdict that Michigan Auto Law recovered on behalf of an Ingham County car accident victim.

Heather Hannay was hit by a truck driven by an MDOT employee, and she sustained serious shoulder and neck injuries that prevented her from working in her planned career as a dental hygenist.

Here’s the full Michigan Lawyers Weekly story: Auto accident victim’s future as dental hygienist is disputed

December 16, 2011

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