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Car crash injury victim can sue for neck and back pain

Posted on: June 13th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

MI Court rules shoulder, neck and back pain could be an “objectively manifested impairment” under Michigan’s auto injury threshold law


Avoiding the cost of a pothole damage claim

Posted on: June 11th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

HB 4279 and 5938 would bar auto insurance premium increases based on a pothole damage claim and HB 5815-17 would allow drivers to recover $5,000 from MDOT


MI Senate passes No-Fault changes in Senate Bills 787 & 1014

Posted on: June 8th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

Michigan Senate votes 23-13 on two bills to change No-Fault law on attendant care, benefits for senior drivers and create one-sided fraud authority


Senate Bill 787 and Senate Bill 1014 are passed by Committee with attendant care restrictions and new fraud authority

Posted on: June 7th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

New No Fault legislation likely to pass MI Senate include a feckless fraud authority, thanks to Sen. Joe Hune and Sen. Rick Jones


How to depose truckers and trucking company safety managers

Posted on: June 6th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

Michigan Auto Law Attorney Steve Gursten will share tips and strategies to teach personal injury lawyers from around the nation how to depose truckers as part of Strafford nationwide legal webinar


How to prevent the next school bus crash in Michigan

Posted on: June 4th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

Ways to minimize the risk of a school bus crash caused by negligent motorists include imposing criminal penalties when appropriate


Misconduct allegations against TV lawyer Mike Morse do not reflect on all attorneys

Posted on: May 30th, 2018 by Steven Gursten

Comments to the recent Detroit Free Press story about alleged kickbacks and ethical misconduct involving Morse paint an unfair picture of the majority of lawyers who help people



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