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How will the Michigan No-Fault law change? Questions and answers

May 2, 2012 by Steven M. Gursten

Insurance lawyer Steven Gursten answers questions from Detroit Legal News on auto insurance and the law after a car accident

There has been much discussion about changes to the Michigan’s No-Fault law, which currently provides unlimited, lifetime medical benefits for people injured in auto accidents.

The Detroit Legal News sat down with Steven M. Gursten –  “a recognized expert on No-Fault insurance litigation and is head of Michigan Auto Law, the state’s largest law firm handling car accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident cases.”

Steve answered some frequently asked questions on the law and how it might change.

You can read the full story here: Asked and Answered Steven M. Gursten

 

Related information:

21 percent MCCA increase an outrage

Things to know about Michigan No-Fault reform

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