Category: Spinal Cord Injuries

September 22, 2014

Let’s re-think what legal rulings like Admire v. Auto Owners are doing to people with SCI in Michigan There are about 200,000 people living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) in the U.S., according to the National Spinal Cord Association. A majority of these terrible injuries occur in car and truck accidents. Our attorneys work with …

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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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May 4, 2012

Erica Nader Coulston of Walk the Line to SCI Recovery center discusses being paralyzed after an auto accident and her fight against HB 4936 Erica Nader Coulston says when you’re advocating so hard for your cause and your recovery that you “piss people off,” then you know you’re doing it right. She has to live …

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February 13, 2012

Michigan Auto Law insurance lawyer Steve Gursten explains to Macomb County newspaper that Michigan is without bad faith laws to prevent insurance abuse On Sunday, I was interviewed by Jameson Cook from the Macomb Daily newspaper in a story about a paralyzed Sterling Heights woman who is forced to sue for her No-Fault insurance benefits. …

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December 23, 2011

Michigan motorcycle accident lawyer and president of SMARTER explain that helmet laws protect motorcyclists – not put them at further risk This is the last blog in my series of posts on reasons every state should have a motorcycle helmet law requirement. In Michigan, SB 0291, which would repeal Michigan’s motorcycle helmet law is looming. …

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March 16, 2011

No-Fault attorney shares another unfortunate story at the hands of greedy Michigan insurance companies Following suit from yesterday’s blog about an insurance adjuster unfairly cutting off benefits from an innocent and very injured car accident victim, I’d like to share another story that shows just how unethical and callous the insurance industry in Michigan can …

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