Category: Litigation Tips

April 27, 2017

Steve will explore TBI, Chronic Pain, Fatigue and Disability in auto accident cases at Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association’s annual conference

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April 4, 2017

If the insurance company insists on some terms in settlement releases, it can lead to your client paying unexpected taxes or filing a legal malpractice claim

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March 31, 2017

Michigan Auto Law’s Steven Gursten shares how car crash injury attorneys can use recent headlines, medical breakthroughs at ‘Auto Crash Litigation 4.0’ legal seminar

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March 30, 2017

Michigan Auto Law’s Steven Gursten will present, moderate on car crash injury cases at 360 Advocacy’s “Auto Crash Litigation 4.0” legal seminar in Las Vegas

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March 20, 2017

Auto accident victims have right under No-Fault to hire their own case manager, and insurers’ duty to pay for ‘services’ doesn’t let them demand who provides it

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March 17, 2017

What is the FMCSA 30 minute break rule? Under the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regarding hours of service rules, all commercial truck and bus drivers need to be off-duty for at least 30 minutes after their first 8 hours of driving. There are limited exceptions to the FMCSA 30 minute break rule, such …

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March 9, 2017

If a defendant has hired a biomechanical engineering expert to rebut your client’s injuries, there’s a more direct, efficient — and cheaper — way to counter him

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February 28, 2017

Attorney Steve Gursten of Michigan Auto Law shares his tips for truck accident lawyers at the Florida Association for Justice 2017 Workhorse Seminar Lots of injury attorneys have questions about how truck accident cases should be tried. That’s because most – even the lawyers who advertise for trucking accident cases on television – have never …

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January 31, 2017

Some “settlement mill” injury lawyers do this all the time. But if you initially agreed to settle, but you change your mind, then you may still be bound by a settlement agreement if it’s ‘in writing’ and ‘subscribed’ by your lawyer What happens if you have hired an injury lawyer and he settles your car …

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