McCormick v. Carrier

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April 22, 2016

Controversial Michigan Supreme Court Justice Stephen Markman wants Court to  ‘consider’ whether landmark ‘serious impairment of body function’ case should be ‘overruled’ and whether Michigan’s auto accident injury threshold law is ‘most compatible’ with No Fault law   Justice Stephen J. Markman, who mounted a vigorous dissent to McCormick v. Carrier, thinks the time may …

July 8, 2011

Michigan Lawyers Weekly interviews injury lawyer Steven Gursten on  why the Michigan Supreme Court spared its car accident ruling In two recent orders, the Michigan Supreme Court has declined the opportunity to reconsider Michigan’s auto law, McCormick v. Carrier. Therefore, McCormick, and the rights it provides seriously injured auto accident victims to sue for pain and suffering damages, …

July 5, 2011

It’s interesting to read our state’s highest jurists equating a victims’ rights ruling with pending economic disaster — without any supporting facts or cases and of course completely neglecting to mention Michigan’s auto insurance companies’ record-breaking profit margins. Last week I blogged about how our auto accident case law McCormick v. Carrier has survived in …

March 10, 2011

Injury lawyer Steve Gursten tells Crain’s Detroit Business – NO. Steve Gursten, injury lawyer and head of Michigan Auto Law, is featured in Crain’s Detroit Business on No-Fault insurance rates in relation to the state’s new auto law, McCormick v. Carrier. When asked if McCormick could raise auto insurance rates, Gursten told Crain’s that the insurance …

October 1, 2010

Steve Gursten of Michigan Auto Law will teach other injury attorneys and negligence lawyers at the State Bar of Michigan seminar in Grand Rapids, exactly what the new Michigan Supreme Court case McCormick v. Carrier means Over the past two months, nearly every personal injury lawyer, insurance claims adjuster, and trial judge has been scrambling …

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