A legal analysis of what new Michigan Supreme Court cases will affect auto accident lawsuits and how our law might change over the next year
Bobby Raitt moderated a legal seminar for the Negligence Section of the State Bar of Michigan, called “Michigan Supreme Court Cases From the Last Term.” During the seminar, important opinions from Michigan appellate courts will be discussed through a question and answer format by Bobby and other prominent personal injury attorneys.
Many of these cases are ones that I have already reviewed in the pages of this legal blog. These cases include:
Miles v. State Farm – Settling No Fault lawsuit does not bar UIM lawsuit
Conley v. Charter Township of Brownstown – Shouldn’t the government be liable for emotional and psychological injuries caused by its at-fault drivers?
Reece v. Auto-Owners Insurance Company – Auto-Owners denied No Fault claim for “purely speculative” reasons
The legal seminar took place at Michigan State University.
Bobby, a Michigan Auto Law partner, is past Chair of the State Bar Negligence Law Section. The section is the largest single section of the Michigan bar, composed of more than 4,300 negligence lawyers from throughout the state.