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Steven Gursten

Bad and worse are the choices under the Duggan-Leonard car insurance reform plan

Detroit Mayor Duggan teamed with House Speaker Leonard to craft “Driver’s Choice” reform proposal that is unlikely to generate savings, leaves car crash victims with inadequate coverage and ignores 236% spike in denials and cut-offs of No Fault benefits by auto insurers

Steven Gursten

Can you pay for your grandchild’s MI No-Fault car insurance?

Yes, but if it’s not done the right way, then your grandson or granddaughter may be driving uninsured and will be denied No-Fault if there’s a car crash

Steven Gursten

Detroit Alliance for Fair Auto Insurance is right to target credit-scoring

Using drivers’ credit scores to set car insurance prices has been shown to result in drastically higher rates for people with ‘poor credit’ and for minorities; why credit-scoring is so unreliable

Steven Gursten

Paralyzed Michigan woman is first in U.S. to receive free standing wheelchair

But new promising technology shouldn’t be viewed as a “luxury” by insurance companies for people who have sustained spinal cord injuries from a car accident This is a great story. Emily Van Kleeck of West Michigan can now look people […]

Steven Gursten

Jordan Jones of Michigan Auto Law is a Michigan Super Lawyer

Our very own Jordan Jones has been named a Michigan Super Lawyers “Rising Star” for 2015. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding attorneys who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Rising Stars is an […]

Steven Gursten

Should low-mileage drivers pay less for auto insurance?

Consumer Federation of America study shows Farmers, Progressive and Allstate routinely charge low-mileage drivers the same rates as high-mileage drivers Should auto insurance companies charge low-mileage drivers lower auto insurance prices than high-mileage drivers? The Consumer Federation of America thinks […]

Steven Gursten

Time for us to drop the “A” word! It’s crashes, not accidents

Why using ‘crashes’ promotes accountability while ‘accidents’ implies no one is responsible I’ve said it before. And I’ll say it again now. People get injured in car “crashes,” not car “accidents.” The word “accident” does not accurately describe what I […]

Steven Gursten

“We lost our only son in a terrible car accident and we want to share our experience”

People often ask me why I do the work that I do. Today I wanted to share a testimonial from two very cherished people I helped recently that explains why I chose to protect people instead of work for a […]

Steven Gursten

What are the “best” – and “worst” – car insurance companies in America?

Our attorneys give their own answer based on real cases – in “The 2015 Attorneys’ Guide to the Best Auto Insurance Companies (And the ones our attorneys recommend you should avoid)” As accident attorneys, we’re always being asked what insurance […]

Steven Gursten

Detroit Mayor Duggan’s D-Insurance Plan is no good for Detroiters

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has proposed an insurance plan aimed at saving Detroiters money on their car insurance, which is among the highest in the nation. But under his “D-Insurance” plan, Detroiters would lose far more No Fault insurance benefits […]