Category: Back Injuries

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June 13, 2018

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

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July 5, 2017

Court rules Wayne County lawsuit for benefits for back injury from unloading parked car under No-Fault law’s “parked motor vehicle exception” can proceed

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June 26, 2017

Despite judges missteps and specious defense attorney legal arguments, Michigan Court of Appeals says car crash injury victim can still proceed with pain and suffering lawsuit against Comcast

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January 17, 2017

Attorneys Jeffrey Feldman, Leonard Koltonow secure $1.925 million settlement for victim of truck accident with preexisting neck, back and spinal injuries In the last few weeks I’ve written about several multi-million verdicts and settlements that our attorneys secured for our clients in 2016, always with a lesson for Michigan lawyers and auto accident victims to …

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October 16, 2015

Josh received a $170,000 settlement, including significant penalty interest and attorney fees for his Detroit client, on a $30,000 offer from Farmers Insurance First, let’s be honest. While insurance companies are improperly terminating hundreds, maybe even thousands of people from No Fault insurance benefits, the reality is that today there are only a small handful …

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February 13, 2014

Michigan Lawyers Weekly lists Michigan Auto Law attorney for 17th straight year with the top-reported trial verdicts and injury settlements I’m happy to announce that a Michigan Auto Law attorney has recovered one of the highest-reported truck accident settlements in Michigan for the 2013 year. This also marks the 17th consecutive year that an attorney …

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November 30, 2012

State Farm offers $0, bad faith case against State Farm is next Kevin Seiferheld, an excellent trial lawyer at Michigan Auto Law, recovered a $1.485 million jury verdict for his client in Macomb County. What is notable about this case is that the insurance company for the defendant, State Farm, offered $0 – that’s right …

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