Tag: Car Accident Settlements and Verdicts

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April 9, 2018

Here are the recently obtained, top-reported personal injury settlements our auto attorneys have recovered for our clients

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March 26, 2018

Yes, but Michigan’s minimum liability policy limits of $20K is well below the average liability claim of more than $50K; drivers need to carry UIM and lawmakers must raise bodily injury insurance minimums

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March 6, 2018

Auto accident attorney with 25 years of experience speaks in national legal webinar on tips and strategies for high settlement-producing demand letters in car accident injury cases

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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 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 29, 2016

What too many lawyers and clients learn the hard way: Michigan Court Rule 2.507(G) instructs lawyers that ‘binding’ settlement agreements must ‘be in writing’ If it’s not in writing, it doesn’t exist. Ah, the legal wisdom that can be found in fortune cookies.  Lawyers who represent auto accident victims would do well to heed this …

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February 18, 2016

Citizens shows why MI needs bad faith law and unauthorized practice of law protections now! Today I want to share a cautionary tale. The lesson here is that when an insurance company contacts you shortly after a car accident to make a settlement offer, alarm bells should be ringing. The latest example involves a serious …

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March 6, 2015

How a pain and suffering settlement and a No Fault settlement for attendant care will affect your tax bill   Tax season is in full swing. And people want to know how certain No Fault PIP benefits they may recover from their own No Fault insurance after a car accident will affect their taxes. The …

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August 15, 2013

If you’re in the midst of an auto accident case, the best advice is to stop using social media, such as Facebook, Twitter or personal blogging.  Note that this is not the same thing as deleting your accounts or any photos you post – if you do that you could be in even more trouble …

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