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Channel 4: motorcycle helmet repeal hurts all Michigan residents

December 29, 2011 by Steven M. Gursten

Motorcycle attorney Steven Gursten says taxpayers will pay for medical care when motorcyclists without helmets are seriously injured

Steve Gursten, motorcycle attorney and head of Michigan Auto Law, was featured on Channel 4 news, in an in-depth story about the consequences of the proposal to repeal Michigan’s helmet law requirement.

Gursten told the reporter, Dr. Frank McGeorge, that SB 291 will hold Michigan taxpayers responsible for paying medical bills when motorcyclists without helmets are catastrophically injured in motorcycle crashes.

Here’s the full story on Channel 4:

Related information:

Why wearing a motorcycle helmet is fiscally responsible

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