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Michigan Auto Law trial attorney Robert Raitt to organize, moderate State Bar Auto No Fault Legislation Symposium

March 9, 2016 by Steven M. Gursten

An authority on Michigan’s auto No Fault law and treasurer of the Negligence Law Section of State Bar, Bobby will discuss the future of No Fault

Robert Raitt

Bobby Raitt will be organizing and moderating the Auto No Fault Legislation Symposium for the State Bar of Michigan Negligence Law Section on March 11, 2016.

During the symposium, legislators, insurance defense attorneys and plaintiffs attorneys will be discussing the future of our auto No Fault system in Michigan. The event takes  place at the Michigan State University Management Education Center in Troy. The legal discussion will include:

  • Auto No Fault “reform” legislation that has been tried in the past.
  • The bills that are currently pending.
  • Predictions on what the future holds for No Fault.
  • Solutions that might be able to both protect car accident victims while also lowering costs and keeping our auto No Fault insurance system mostly intact.

Bobby is the current treasurer of the Negligence Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan. He’s also a Past President of the Michigan Association for Justice. Bobby has been instrumental in helping to protect and preserve our Michigan No Fault laws, even appearing before the Michigan Legislature to testify, and giving expert advice on proposed new legislation that effects first-party and third-party auto accident litigation.

In his legal leadership role as Negligence Section Treasurer, Bobby continues to focus on preserving the No Fault insurance rights of Michigan residents and car accident injury victims, as well as protecting the right to jury trial through legislation and preserving access to the court system.

The Negligence Section is the largest single section of the Michigan State Bar, composed of more than 4,300 personal injury lawyers from throughout the state.

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