Tag: referral fees

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October 14, 2011

Injury lawyer tells Michigan Lawyers Weekly that discouraging lawyer referrals is damaging to the public Michigan Auto Law was quoted in a Michigan Lawyers Weekly story on proposed changes to court rules on attorney referral fees. Our attorney told Lawyers Weekly that discouraging lawyer referrals with the change to the court rules “… encourages attorneys …

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May 30, 2011

Injury attorney says Rule 1.5 of the MRPC harms public and removes incentive to find the best lawyers I recently discussed the recent interview I had with Michigan Lawyers Weekly about the proposed amendment to rules governing referral fees between lawyers. If passed, this rule would limit referral fees to 25 percent, among other harmful …

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May 16, 2011

Michigan Lawyers Weekly interviews Michigan Auto Law attorney on proposed new rule on lawyer referral fees in accident and injury cases I was interviewed last week by Michigan Lawyers Weekly on MRPC 1.5, a proposed Michigan Supreme Court amendment to rules governing referral fees between lawyers. Michigan Lawyers Weekly asked me for comment because my …

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May 13, 2011

Michigan Lawyers Weekly interviews Steve Gursten on proposed court rule change that would govern lawyer referral fees – at the expense of clients Steve Gursten was featured as an expert accident attorney in Michigan Lawyers Weekly, on a proposed Michigan Supreme Court amendment to rules governing referral fees between lawyers. If passed, MRPC 1.5 would …

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November 1, 2010

No-Fault lawyer says it would be tougher to help those with small cases, predicts insurance companies will save millions Michigan Lawyers Weekly covers the possible devastating effect of a Michigan Supreme Court amendment to the Michigan Court Rules, that would limit No-Fault attorney contingency fees. This amendment would affect all car accident injury victims in …

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December 29, 2009

There is a right way and a wrong way for personal injury lawyers to be charging on collecting PIP benefits Let me be clear: one of the things that really bothers me is watching a personal injury lawyer sign up a case, and then try to take his or her third on everything starting on …

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