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Michigan Auto Law

Michigan Traffic Accident Deaths Spiked In 2015

On the heels of a downward trend in recent years, Michigan traffic accident deaths jumped 10 percent in 2015 — with a whopping 57 percent spike in fatalities involving bicyclists. In 2015, there were 963 traffic-accident deaths on the state’s roadways, up from 876 in 2014, according to new information

Medical Providers

Some Insurers Are Engaging In “Preferred Provider” Persuasion

Persons who are injured in auto accidents have the right to select their own doctors — insurance company’s cannot dictate “preferred providers.” The Michigan Supreme Court made this “right to choose” clear in Morgan v Citizens Ins Co, 432 Mich 640 (1989), when it said that Michigan’s no-fault law “preserves


A New Frontier in the Wild West of ERISA Litigation

Supreme Court weighs in on ERISA plans in personal injury cases It is often said that United States Supreme Court (“SCOTUS”) is the Super Bowl of law. But with all the glamor surrounding SCOTUS, we often forget that the Court also decides technical, arcane legal questions. Sometimes those decisions have

Detroit Wants to Know with Steve Hood

Would D-Insurance Solve Detroit’s Auto Insurance Crisis?

Michigan no-fault attorney Steve Sinas discussed consequences of D-Insurance plan on “Detroit Wants 2 Know.” Mayor Mike Duggan’s D-Insurance plan, an auto insurance system exclusively for Detroit residents, has yet to be approved by the Michigan Legislature (in the form of SB 288). While we have provided an overview of