L. Brooks Patterson

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December 23, 2015

Patterson says D-Insurance’s $25,000 cap on non-critical medical care is ‘paltry’ and ‘destroys the lifetime benefits’ of catastrophically injured auto accident victims Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson doesn’t mince words. Thankfully, that trait was seen in full force on the issue of Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system – and efforts by the insurance …

April 2, 2013

In a recent interview, Oakland County Exec. L. Brooks Patterson discussed  the importance of Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system, and how the insurance industry is hiding the facts from the public. This includes Michigan’s insurance Commissioner Kevin Clinton refusing to release the hard data to Mr. Patterson, so he and other lawmakers can make …

March 27, 2013

In an exclusive interview with Michigan Auto Law attorney, the respected Oakland County leader explains his support for No Fault Never known to mince words or pull punches, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson stayed true to form in a recent exclusive interview with attorney Steve Gursten of Michigan Auto Law, over whether to reform …

February 26, 2013

‘Open letter’ zealously defends Michigan’s No Fault system while taking on the misinformation that our insurance system must be reformed In his recently published “Open Letter,” Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson did not pull any punches in defending Michigan’s No Fault auto insurance system while vigorously challenging the “perception” that Michigan’s No Fault system …

August 17, 2012

Attorney Jeffrey Bussell interviewed in Crain’s Detroit Business on possible lawsuits for Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson After Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson was injured in a serious car accident, Crain’s Detoit Business sought out the legal advice of attorney Jeffrey Bussell regarding Brooks’ No-Fault insurance costs and potential lawsuits. Patterson sustained a …

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