Tag: Kreiner v Fischer

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March 5, 2011

Which auto law applies to cases filed under Kreiner, before McCormick v. Carrier?   As I’ve previously discussed in my blogs about McCormick v. Carrier, I believe McCormick will apply retroactively to all auto accident cases that had been filed before the decision was released by the Michigan Supreme Court on August 1, 2010. In …

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September 1, 2010

No-Fault insurance lawyer shares additional tips on what Michigan’s new auto accident law means for car accident victims and personal injury attorneys This is part two on topics and ideas that I’ll be covering today and tomorrow at the No-Fault Institute Seminar for the Michigan Association for Justice in Southfield. Yesterday, I discussed the objective …

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August 5, 2010

Auto accident lawyer debunks another insurance company scare tactic after the Michigan auto law changed This is part two from yesterday’s blog on the Macomb Daily newspaper article. In that interview, the insurance industry spokesperson threatened insurance rate increases after Sunday’s McCormick v. Carrier case, despite the record-breaking profits auto insurance companies in Michigan continue …

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August 4, 2010

Auto accident attorney debunks the scare tactic used by insurance companies after Michigan’s auto law has changed Yesterday morning, I woke up to find my picture on the front page of The Macomb Daily. The article was based on an interview I had done on the new case of McCormick v. Carrier and the Michigan …

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August 3, 2010

With new Michigan Supreme Court case McCormick v. Carrier, auto accident victims could have a second chance to bring pain and suffering lawsuits If you are one of hundreds of Michigan residents who has been seriously hurt in a car accident that was not your fault, but you were still told you had “no case” …

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August 2, 2010

New auto law promises hope and a second chance for hundreds of Michigan car accident victims who were told they did not have cases Rodney McCormick v. Larry Carrier and Allied Automotive Group, Indemnitor of General Motors Corp. was released just before midnight on Sunday, August 1, 2010. Here are my initial thoughts on the …

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Toledo Blade: Auto accident lawyer explains the implications of Michigan Supreme Court ruling on car accident victims and their pain and suffering cases The Toledo Blade interviews Steven Gursten – one of the country’s top auto accident lawyers – on McCormick v. Carrier. McCormick is an August 2010 Michigan Supreme Court decision that overturned Michigan’s previous auto law, Kreiner …

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Washington Examiner reports: Court says conservatives too strict in personal injury cases The Washington Examiner reports that the Michigan Supreme Court has thrown out Kreiner v. Fischer (a 2004 decision) and opened the door for more fair lawsuits by people seeking pain and suffering compensation after being injured in auto accidents. Personal injury lawyer Steve Gursten, partner of Michigan …

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July 29, 2010

Auto accident attorney interprets Michigan’s new auto law, which could give hundreds of car accident victims with serious personal injuries a second chance to have their pain and suffering cases heard in court I’d like to share the exciting news. Sometime between now and Sunday, the Michigan Supreme Court will release McCormick v. Carrier (Rodney …

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