September 7, 2011
Steven M. Gursten was interviewed as an insurance lawyer source for a Michigan Radio story – on what would really happen if legislators go through with proposed changes to the Michigan No-Fault law.
Michigan Radio is an FM radio station, and Gursten was featured on Michigan Watch, an investigative show.
Gursten told the host, Lester Graham, that these proposed insurance bills would cap medical expenses for auto accident victims to a dangerously low amount — not nearly enough to pull through lifelong injuries like traumatic brain injury or spinal cord injury.
He also stressed that if the Michigan Legislature really wants to lower insurance rates, there’s a smarter way to do it: Limit the insurance companies’ profits.
Here’s the full story: Consequences of eliminating mandatory No-Fault auto insurance
August 29, 2011