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Steven M. Gursten

Steven Gursten’s Legal Guides

42 total

  • Understanding Michigan's No-Fault Law - Serious Impairment of Body Function

    The Landmark Michigan Supreme Court Case "Kreiner v. Fischer" is the landmark 2004 Michigan Supreme Court case interpreting the definition of “serious impairment of body function” as defined by the M

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  • How to Protect Yourself Around Detroit Michigan Dangerous Intersections

    Detroit's 10 Most Dangerous Intersections 1. 7 Mile Road East and Van Dyke Street, 38 crashes 2. Davison Street West and Linwood Street, 34 crashes 3. 7 Mile Road East and Gratiot Avenue

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  • Mistakes That Can Hurt Your Auto Accident Case

    Under-estimating Auto Insurance Companies Expect that your auto insurance company and at-fault driver’s insurance company will conduct surveillance and hire investigators to take photos and videos o

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  • How to Protect Yourself Around Lansing Michigan High Crash Roads

    Lansing's High Crash Roads The Michigan State Police recently published 2008 data for Michigan’s top 100 high-crash roads with two stretches of Ingham County roads making the list. The Lansing area

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  • How to Protect Yourself Around Grand Rapids Michigan High Crash Roads

    Michigan's 100 high-crash roads West Michigan is always one of the first places in the state to get heavy snow, especially with the dramatic lake effect. The Michigan State Police recently published

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  • Top 5 Things to Know After a Michigan Truck Accident

    Michigan truck accidents are different from other auto accidents. Learn about important legal issues with truck accidents to protect yourself.

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  • What You Need to Know About Traumatic Brain Injury from Auto Accidents

    The Basics Each year, approximately 1.4 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to the National Institutes of Neurological Disorders. Transportation accidents involving au

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  • Five Common Myths About Michigan Auto Accident Injury Cases

    Myth 1: No-fault is similar to most other states’ auto laws Michigan no-fault law is widely misinterpreted by residents who find the details of who pays for what fairly confusing. While other states

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  • What You Need to Know About Michigan Motorcycle Accidents

    Introduction According to the Michigan No-Fault Act, a motorcycle is specifically excluded as a “motor vehicle”, therefore the basic laws of car or truck accidents do not apply with motorcycles. Bel

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  • How to Overcome Perceptions in Motorcycle Accident Cases

    Don’t Let Defense Attorneys Blame the Victim As some NTSB statistics have shown, far too often a motorcyclist is drunk, speeding or has exercised poor driving judgment when involved in an accident.

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