Tag: Michigan Association for Justice

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October 18, 2018

As Negligence Law Section Chair, Michigan Auto Law attorney Bobby Raitt will work to preserve the right to jury trial, getting trial experience for young injury lawyers

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October 4, 2018

Michigan Auto Law Attorney Kevin Seiferheld shares tips on ‘Best Practices for Proving Threshold Injuries’ for car crash victims at No-Fault Institute seminar

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Michigan Auto Law attorney Jeffrey Bussell shares tips and strategies for protecting car accident injury victims from liens asserted on pain and suffering recoveries

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April 25, 2018

Experienced trial lawyer Bobby Raitt will discuss important IME issues such as lack of ‘independence’ and bias that arise in No Fault car accident injury litigation at the ICLE No Fault Institute

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November 1, 2017

Attorney Bobby Raitt is committed to fighting for right to a jury trial, preserving car crash victims’ No Fault insurance protections

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October 9, 2017

Just one lawyer, speaking for himself, supports Duggan-Leonard plan. All other auto accident lawyers unanimously reject Duggan-Leonard-Theis plan

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September 22, 2017

Michigan Auto Law attorney Steve Gursten speaks to Michigan Association for Justice on best practices for lawyers to discover and use evidence of distracted driving in auto accident cases

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September 15, 2016

Steve teaches auto lawyers at No Fault Seminar how to combat insurance company IME fraud and he names names of some of the worst IME doctors in Metro Detroit and West Michigan This Thursday, I’ll show a short, two-minute video of a doctor who changed my client’s answer to her question so she could then …

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May 15, 2015

Michigan Trial Lawyers Association, now MAJ, will recognize this past president at 2015 Annual Banquet For the last two decades, beginning in 1995, Michigan has been savaged by tort reform that has gradually spread to other states. Some states have beaten it back. Others, like Michigan, have seen entire areas of laws meant to protect …

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