wrongful death

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March 26, 2018

Yes, but Michigan’s minimum liability policy limits of $20K is well below the average liability claim of more than $50K; drivers need to carry UIM and lawmakers must raise bodily injury insurance minimums

September 16, 2017

Starting October 1, 2017, we will see an increase of nearly $100 in monthly maximum for No-Fault car insurance death benefits, also known as survivor’s loss benefits

July 18, 2017

Viable legal claims that injury attorneys can bring when texting and distracted driving are a cause of a truck wreck case

June 6, 2017

1 in 3 drivers are not getting the proper amount of sleep — raising their car crash risk and causing them to be as ‘substantially impaired’ as driving drunk

March 8, 2017

A national study shows a 5 mph speed limit increase resulted in an 8% bump in car accident fatalities — causing 33,000 preventable auto accident deaths over 18 years

February 1, 2016

Michigan Lawyers Weekly’s year-end list of the top trial verdicts and settlements in the state highlights two Michigan Auto Law cases from 2015 — a $7 million Oakland County car accident and a $4.6 million Wayne County general personal injury case.

January 12, 2015

Last week, attorneys Steven Gursten and Thomas James of Michigan Auto Law secured a $7 million settlement for a car accident in Oakland County. The settlement is confidential, at the request of both parties, and names to identify the parties cannot be provided. The case involved the wrongful death of an unmarried adult male with …

July 23, 2012

When a car accident results in a death, there is very specific legal compensation that is different from what is available in non-fatality motor vehicle accident collisions, and for that matter, almost all other personal injury cases. Depending on the state and legal jurisdiction, there will likely be specific wrongful death laws and statutes that …

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