Attention auto accident victims in Michigan: the state’s harsh auto accident law has been changed – restoring the rights of many people who had very serious injuries yet were told by attorneys they had no case. Now auto accident victims have a second chance to pursue pain and suffering damages.
In this video, lawyer Steven Gursten, head of Michigan Auto Law, lays out exactly what it USED to take to win a car accident lawsuit according to the state’s old auto accident law. This includes an experienced personal injury lawyer proving the difference between “pain” and “serious impairment,” which is an important requirement as defined by current Michigan No-Fault Law.
Here’s information on Michigan’s NEW auto accident law: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnaXDA5fglk .
What can you do after a car accident? You can call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028 to speak with an auto accident lawyer or a personal injury attorney. No charge, no obligation.
Michigan Auto Law has exclusively handled auto accident personal injury cases for more than 50 years. Our auto accident lawyers have helped thousands of people get the best care and compensation they’re entitled to following serious crashes, because this is all we do. We can help you, or your loved ones, too. We have 19 attorneys that handle cases throughout the entire state of Michigan, with law offices in Farmington Hills, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Sterling Heights and Grand Rapids to better serve you.
For more information about protecting yourself after an auto accident, visit Michigan Auto Law’s car accident resource center: http://www.michiganautolaw.com/caraccidents/. We also have information about your No-Fault rights, including time limits for filing auto accident claims and your No-Fault benefits.
Michigan’s old accident law is called Kreiner v. Fischer. The Michigan Supreme Court has reversed Kreiner with McCormick v. Carrier, and restored the rights of personal injury victims.