Tag: Michigan Supreme Court

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January 9, 2018

Michigan Supreme Court says car accident victim’s estate can’t use court rule to undo a change of venue even if it was based on inaccurate information

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November 28, 2017

Court rules that a car accident victim’s No Fault application must describe injury’s inherent characteristics and traceable symptoms

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November 13, 2017

Redlining and discriminatory pricing on car insurance in cities like Detroit persists, so what side of the street you’re on makes a huge difference on auto insurance costs — up to $5,000 more in Detroit

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September 15, 2017

MI House lawmakers’ new Fair and Affordable No-Fault insurance reform legislation a better way to preserve PIP benefits, legal protections for car crash victims

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August 29, 2017

Court rules proximate cause depends on the foreseeability of this pedestrian-car accident when a junior high school runner is told by school coach to cross street against Do Not Walk sign; guidance for auto lawyers on MI’s Governmental Tort Liability Act

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May 29, 2017

With MSC refusing, yet, again, to require MCCA transparency, lawmakers’ bills are last chance, proposing FOIA & Open Meeting compliance & public representation on MCCA Board

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May 24, 2017

Car insurance companies are liable for 12% penalty interest under the Uniform Trade Practices Act on UIM benefits that aren’t paid on a timely basis to car crash victims

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May 4, 2017

A medical provider’s ‘medical records and associated bills’ contain ‘all of the information’ legally required for proper notice of injury under No-Fault law

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December 28, 2016

CPAN v. MCCA, Hall v. Miko and more cases from the MSC and MCOA all have one thing in common – they’re good for insurance companies and very bad for injured auto accident victims  Yesterday, I discussed my pick for the “Worst Car Accident Lawsuit of 2016,” Bazzi v. Sentinel Insurance Company. Bazzi allowed innocent …

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