Three attorneys presented at last week’s No-Fault Institute in Southfield, Michigan Last week, three lawyers from the Sinas Dramis Law Firm spoke to a group of nearly 200 attorneys about some of the most important current issues in Michigan auto law. On September 29 and 30, the Michigan Association for Justice
Grand Rapids bicycle fatalities are the highest in Michigan. How does no-fault reform factor in? A series of seemingly unrelated events are combining to form a great danger to Michigan bicyclists, especially those in West Michigan. In April, the Grand Rapids Business Journal reported that Grand Rapids bicycle fatalities were
HB 4612 (H-3) would limit the benefits received by motorcyclists under Michigan no-fault law As we have previously posted on this blog, political leaders in Lansing have introduced legislation that seeks to significantly overhaul Michigan’s auto no-fault system. This legislation will have dramatic impacts on the rights of Michigan motorists
Grand Rapids auto accident attorney Tom Sinas presented at auto no-fault advocacy workshops in West Michigan Over the past two weeks, Grand Rapids auto accident attorney Tom Sinas has been a featured presenter at workshops in West Michigan designed to help victims of auto accidents tell their stories to the
Grand Rapids Auto No-Fault Attorney George T. Sinas gives Radio Interview on HB 4612 (H-3) Last week, Lansing and Grand Rapids auto no-fault attorney and CPAN (Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault) General Counsel George T. Sinas participated in a radio interview on WTCM News Talk 580 AM based in Traverse City. The
Grand Rapids Car Accident Attorney Tom Sinas Weighs in on HB 4612 (H-3) “Reforming” Michigan’s current auto no-fault system has been topic of interest for quite some time now. Towards the end of last month, Speaker Jase Bolger proposed a number of changes to Michigan’s existing no-fault insurance system. The
SUMMARY ANALYSIS OF HB 4612 (H-3) By: George T. Sinas CPAN General Counsel Sinas Dramis Law Firm March 7, 2014 On Thursday, February 20, 2014, HB 4612 (H-3) was offered as a substitute to H-1, which has been stalled on the floor of the Michigan House for almost one year.
The New Auto No-Fault Reform Bill (HB 4612) Significantly Limits the Rights and Benefits of Catastrophically Injured Michigan Auto Accident Victims By: George T. Sinas On April 23, 2013, the new Auto No-Fault Reform Bill HB 4612 was introduced in the Michigan House of Representatives. The Bill imposes unprecedented dollar cap